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Introduction to Soviet ethnography
Stephen P. Dunn
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acknowledgements[-]preface[-]introduction: persisting pasts in the margins of europe[-] part 1: the making of estonian history[-] chapter 1: making an emotional "history of the people"[-] part 2: the meaning of closure[-] chapter 2: on the margins of history: good old soviet times[-] chapter 3: personal memories becoming national history[-]. Description. Documentary film can encompass anything from Robert Flaherty's pioneering ethnography Nanook of the North to Michael Moore's anti-Iraq War polemic Fahrenheit 9/11, from Dziga Vertov's artful Soviet propaganda piece Man with a Movie Camera to Luc Jacquet's heart-tugging wildlife epic March of the this concise, crisply written guide, Patricia Aufderheide takes readers.
An overemphasis is often placed on certain figures like Joseph Stalin that gloss over other vital aspects of the Soviet Union. Stephen Lovell’s The Soviet Union: A Very Short Introduction takes a liberal approach when examining Soviet history. Spanning from to , the book views the Soviet Union through six paradoxes/5(22). Soviet Ethnographic Studies of Cultural Change ALEXANDER VUCINICH San Jose State College C ULTURAL change, in its multiple ramifications, is the central theme of Soviet ethnography, which is defined as “the branch of history dealing with the cultures, origins, Cited by: 3.
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Introduction to Soviet ethnography by Dunn, Stephen Porter, Publication date Topics Ethnology -- Soviet Union Publisher Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files. IN COLLECTIONS. Books to Borrow. Books for People with Print Pages: An overemphasis is often placed on certain figures like Joseph Stalin that gloss over other vital aspects of the Soviet Union.
Stephen Lovell’s The Soviet Union: A Very Short Introduction takes a liberal approach when examining Soviet history. Spanning from to /5(29). 2 v. (x, p.) 22 cmPages: Researching the social: an introduction to ethnographic research The aim of this Reader is to illustrate the innovation and variety within recent ethnographic research.
It will be of interest to academics and students across the social sciences but is particularly directed towardsFile Size: KB. Ethnography: An Introduction to Definition and Method 5 context auto ethnography was used to challenge hegemonic discourses and therefore, validates Author: Loshini Naidoo.
Book Description: Ethnographers helped to perceive, to understand and also Introduction to Soviet ethnography book shape imperial as well as Soviet Russia’s cultural diversity.
In the history of Soviet ethnography, the introduction of Marxism is among the few episodes that have repeatedly attracted the attention of scholars. Indeed it is (or appears to be) among the most. Show Summary Details Preview. This book develops the extended case method by connecting personal experiences among workers of the world to the great transformations of the twentieth century—the rise and fall of the Soviet Union and its satellites, the reconstruction of U.S.
capitalism, and the African transition to post-colonialism in Zambia. (shelved 2 times as soviet-history) avg rating — 16, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Institutional History.
The Institute was established in the Soviet Union by the amalgamation of the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (MAE) and the Institute for the Study of Ethnic Groups of the USSR (IPIN) in autumn Its first director was Nikolay 23 December he was dismissed by the Presidium of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and replaced by Ivan.
ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE SOVIET UNION, By HENRY FIELD INTRODUCTION I N THE company of sixteen U. scientists I was privileged to attend as a guest of the Soviet Government the th Jubilee Session of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR from June 15 to July : Henry Field.
The Construction of Soviet Ethnography and “The Peoples of Siberia” David G. Anderson & Dmitry V. Arzyutov The multi-generation book project "The Peoples of Siberia" enabled a group of Leningrad-based scholars to reshape their museum into a Soviet ethnographic community. Introduction In this article we trace the social life of a modest Cited by: 6.
EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION: In this special post Rinat Shayakhmetov, grandson of the first Secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan Zhumabay Shayakhmetov and himself a researcher of Soviet Kazakhstan, presents a narrative history of his uncle Noel Shayakhmetov, one of Kazakhstan’s first scientists working in the field of physical anthropology.
Abstract. Open up any introductory textbook in sociocultural anthropology and you will find a section explaining the importance of the concept of author will typically go on to explain that anthropologists are generally more interested in gaining an understanding of how human lives “make sense” within the contexts in which they live than we are in arriving at universal Author: Wayne Fife.
Introduction: The politics of the old Youth is supposed to mean future, but in some cases it also represents a this book is not about the nostalgia of the socialist experience or its material culture, but instead it deals with usefulness after the Soviet time, this ethnography reveals the day-to-day.
Documentary film can encompass anything from Robert Flaherty's pioneering ethnography Nanook of the North to Michael Moore's anti-Iraq War polemic Fahrenheit 9/11, from Dziga Vertov's artful Soviet propaganda piece Man with a Movie Camera to Luc Jacquet's heart-tugging wildlife epic March of the this concise, crisply written guide, Patricia Aufderheide takes readers along the.
On Tuesday, we'll begin with an introduction to ethnography as both (1) a family of methods commonly used by anthropologists in their fieldwork and (2) an outcome of fieldwork. The chapter by Murchison will provide an overview of ethnography as a research strategy, and present its intellectual origins and shifting trajectory over time.
The selection Author: Erin Jessee. etnografiia (Soviet Ethnography). Coincidentally or not, the new title alluded to the possibility of the continued presence of ethnography in post-Soviet Rus-sia, with an indispensable return to the evolutionary paradigm that existed a hundred years ago (Etnograficheskoe obozrenie had already been issued in Russia in the period from to ).
This book will be a useful resource for organizational scholars doing or writing ethnography in the fields of business and management, public administration, education, health care, social work.
An Introduction to Soviet Training Methods The Russian system of training athletes has proven itself to be extremely successful even after the breakup of the former USSR.
During the cold war years, Western media characterized the Soviets as cheaters who had good athletes mainly because they were paid, did nothing but play the sport, and were.The introduction should be the lead of the study and you should discuss what your study seeks to achieve.
Basically, the introduction should be the frame of the research. You should provide information on the problem that you are addressing through the study and give reasons as to why you think that such a study is necessary.You Owe Yourself a Drunk: An Ethnography of Urban Nomads, (reissued with new introduction by Merrill Singer), Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press, Inc.
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