Esse interesse é usualmente apresentado como um novo desenvolvimento na teoria antropológica e os seus possíveis antecedentes, como o difusionismo e a . Afora o fato de vir a confirmar que os antropólogos preferem fazer prosa sem . e nas interconexões concretas, quase como uma retomada do difusionismo. Antropología Difusionista. Diego Cubillos; 3 videos; 43 views; Last updated on Mar 31, Play all. Share. Loading Save.
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Transnationalism is a case in point. Strategies for Entering and Leaving Modernity.
Amsterdam, Het Spinhuis, Herskovits can be seen as the most important author in the thematization of acculturation theory, which he viewed as a modernist update of early diffusionism. Acculturation theory and the anthropology of globalization. The sources of these concerns were diverse. Simultaneously new forms of theorization of the processes of disjunction of place and culture Gupta and Ferguson ; Inda and Rosaldo have emerged.
New York, Alfred Knopf. Their view of diffusion was a processual one, more interested in history in the making than in history as a narrative of things past. Newsletter informativa Newsletter do OpenEdition.
How to cite this article. Strategies for Entering and Leaving Modernity. These are often interpreted, as Aisha Divusionismo has stressed, as free-floating devices associated with the aesthetics of the global vs.
Durham-London, Duke University Press, The case of The Myth of the Negro Past  is well known. Similarly, in some of the papers he wrote in the s, Herskovits was eager to admit his initial Africanist excesses: In Man and His Works the chapter on cultural variation stands as a more sensitive approach to the interplay between culture and the individual than that proposed by other coeval North American authors, such as Benedict and Mead.
Portuguese-Americans along the Eastern Seaboard. One of its main aspects, as several authors have emphasized, has diusionismo do with the increasing reflexivity of culture.
Some anthropologists and historians have been actively involved in the identification of such differences within the African-American field of research e. The Politics of Religious Synthesis.
Tucson, The University of Arizona Press. Perspectives from Folklore Studies, History and Anthropology. In this sense tourism rests on a powerful paradox: In this sense, one of the tasks that the anthropology of cultural globalization has to face is the empirical and theoretical upgrading of previous approaches to phenomena of cultural dynamics.
Boston, MA, Beacon Press. Amsterdam, Het Spinhuis, Tucson, The University of Arizona Press. On the contrary, Bastide viewed Africanisms in the New World as an expression of African resistance to Western physical and symbolic violence:. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press. Re-reading acculturation theory 2.
While first generation diffusionists were mostly interested in contact between different Native-American cultures, acculturation theorists privileged the cultural consequences of Westernization among Native-American cultures and later among African cultures in the New World. The Place of Sugar in Modern History. But here I will be more interested in some differences which are relevant to the wider globalist agenda. Perspectives from Folklore Studies, History and Anthropology.
However I think one should begin by emphasizing the way in which our actual interest in flows, limits and hybrids — to quote Ulf Hannerz — can benefit from more complex modes of dialogue with authors like Herskovits and Bastide. Some contemporary globalists have fallen prey to this ideology, adopting an often uncritical stance towards the cultural condition of the globalized world.
Madison, The University of Wisconsin Press, But they stress the fact that a more attentive reading of the classics shows how some of the concerns underlying post-modern re-formulations of culture were not absent from such different authors as Boas, Benedict or Sapir.
Focusing on the works of Melville Herskovits and Roger Bastide, this article argues for a less biased imaged of acculturation theory and stresses the ways in which some of its achievements can inspire current approaches to cultural globalization. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. On the contrary, in some of his writings, power is an important part of the argument.
Visions, Traditions, and Trends. In this sense, globalization is a powerful factor of cultural and social differentiation that cannot be examined solely in terms of Herskovitsian counter-acculturation. In a similar vein it has been frequently forgotten that, besides its creative and hybridizing power, unrestricted movement — of people and culture, commodities and capitals, ideology and values — has a serious potential for cultural destruction.
These processes of differentiation have been more thoroughly studied in relation to contemporary multicultural conditions and struggles located below. Tourism, Museums, and Heritage.
An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory. Texto integral PDF k Assinalar este documento. These alternative models of ethnography stem from extensive survey, which, as George Stockinghas shown, has been a neglected step in the history of the invention of classical Malinowskian fieldwork.
Acculturation theory can be viewed in similar terms — as a modernist update of early diffusionism theory, developed in response to its perceived inadequacies. New York, Whittlesey House.