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Document Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Title: Antropologia jako rodzaj pisarstwa: krytyka tekstualna a kwestia refleksyjności w antropologii kulturowej
Journal: Teksty Drugie
Authors: Kruszelnicki, Wojciech
Keywords: etnografia; Clifford James; badania etnograficzne; Writing Culture; antropologia kulturowa; refleksyjność; tekst; krytyka literacka; postmodernizm
Issue Date: Jul-2010
Citation: Teksty Drugie, 5, 140–155.
Abstract: This article offers a closer look at the intellectual origins of ‘textual debate’ in the field of cultural anthropology – as initiated by Clifford Geertz in The Interpretation of Cultures and Works and Lives, and continued then on by James Clifford and George Marcus in their volume Writing Culture. An attempt subsequently followed at combining the insights, having appeared within the debate’s confines, into interpretation and textual processing of ethnographic data with the idea of anthropological reflectiveness conceived as examination of de-objectivising influence exerted upon the ethnographic description of culture by factors such as historicity and politicality of the writing individual; his/her assumed research strategy and writing rhetoric; and, unconsciously accepted socio-cultural and personal data determining the cognitive process.
ISSN: 0867-0633
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