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Ethnicity and Nationalism: Anthropological Perspectives
Series preface Preface to the third edition Preface to the second edition Preface to the first edition 1. What is ethnicity? 2. Ethnic classification: Us and Them 3. The social organisation ofExpand
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Ethnicity and Nationalism
'As a introduction to the study of ethnicity, [this] book will do excellently.' Ethnologia Scandinavica Ethnicity and nationalism are pervasive features of the contemporary world, but how far isExpand
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Tyranny of the Moment: Fast and Slow Time in the Information Age
From the Publisher: The turn of the millennium is characterized by exponential growth in everything related to communication - from the internet and email to air traffic. 'The Tyranny of the Moment'Expand
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Common Denominators: Ethnicity, Nation-Building and Compromise in Mauritius
This book seeks to enhance comparative understandings of ethnicity, to refine theories of nationalism, and to contribute to ongoing debates on multiculturalism, identity politics and creolization.Expand
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Globalization: The Key Concepts
Preface Introduction 1. Disembedding 2. Acceleration 3. Standardization 4. Interconnectedness 5. Movement 6. Mixing 7. Vulnerability 8. Reembedding Questions for essays and class discussion AnnotatedExpand
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History of Anthropology
THIS is a fascinating little volume, and deals in a masterly manner with the history of anthropology in so far as that can be done within the compass of some 150 pages. Anthropology is now so vast aExpand
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Nationalism and the Internet
The territorial integrity of nations is often taken as the premise for a functioning, unifying national identity. Yet, the economic and technological develop- ments of recent decades have made itExpand
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Software, sports day and sheera: Culture and identity processes within a global software organization in India
An in-depth, interpretative case study of a GSO located in Mumbai, India, was used to understand how these frameworks constitute and are constituted by various kinds of coexisting cultures. Expand
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What is Anthropology
I Entrances 1. Why anthropology? 2. The key concepts 3. Fieldwork 4. Theories II Fields 5. Reciprocity 6. Kinship 7. Nature 8. Thought 9. Identification Bibliography Index
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Engaging Anthropology: The Case for a Public Presence
1. A short History of Engagement 2. What went Wrong? 3. Complexity and Simplicity 4. Fast and Slow Media 5. Narrative and Analysis 6. Altercentric Writing 7. Why Anthropology Matters
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