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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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Bunzl ; Bashcow ; Rosenblatt Even if we adopt a conservative position on that issue, we must recognize that contemporary globalization has not only multiplied and intensified the flows of people, antropolotia and values, but it is also linked to the rise of unprecedented and novel kind of flows. Difuslonismo Sally Price has put it: We are more attentive — as I have previously emphasized — to issues of agency and power. Essays on Ethnographic Fieldwork.

On the one hand, he defended that in order to understand the development of Afro-Brazilian religions one ought to admit the reciprocal autonomy of the social and cultural.

“The past is a foreign country”? A teoria da aculturação e a antropologia da globalização

Nationalism, Globalization and Modernity. Sem falar de outros temas, aparentemente menos nobres, mas extremamente reveladores em sua linguagem.

Not only hybridity is socially produced, but it also reflects the unequal distribution of power between distinct social groups and, most difusuonismo, some of its outcomes — such as syncretic religious cults — are essential in the production of new social configurations. Among the Bush Negroes of Dutch Guiana. Boundaries and Grounds of a Field Science.

Boundaries and Grounds of a Field Science. One of its main aspects, as several authors have emphasized, has to do with the increasing reflexivity of culture.

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Services on Demand Journal. The sources of these concerns were diverse. Anthropology in the Diasporas.

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But here I will be more interested in some differences which are relevant to the wider globalist agenda. Advocating a holistic approach to reality, modernist anthropology was by definition indifferent to the actual interplays between cultural patterns or social structures and individual inventiveness. Meanwhile, it explores the relations between globalization as perspective and globalization as myth as opposed to globalization as objectwith a “spirit of epoch” manifested transversally in various domains, both in forms of knowledge and social practices in general.

Perspectives from Folklore Studies, History and Anthropology. Berkeley, Berkeley University Press. Power is certainly not the structuring element of his analysis but it is not fair to ignore these and other instances where dominance and resistance were addressed by Herskovits.

But, in doing so — as I have suggested in the first part of this paper — we must recognize the importance of the work done by some of our ancestors. Similarly, in some of the papers he wrote in the s, Herskovits was eager to admit his initial Africanist excesses: Current discussions on the concepts of globalization and localization Friedmanappropriation Schneider ; Hahnre-territorialization Inda and Rosaldo or friction Tsingwhile introducing new variables, such as transnationalism or the market, share the same concern towards reinterpretation already present in acculturation theory.

Malden, MA, and Oxford, Blackwell, Having previously done fieldwork in Surinam, Trinidad, Haiti and Dahomey, Herskovits could not but be aware of the extent to which African heritage had been transformed in the US.

Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press. Cadernos de Conjuntura, Although Herskovits — like most diffusionists — did stress diffusion as the major mechanism of human history, he did not rule out the idea that in some cases similarities between cultural items might derive from independent invention. Given this disciplinary amnesia, the possible contributions of diffusionism and acculturation theory to the anthropological understanding of global flows of people and culture have been often ignored or, in some cases, dismissed as irrelevant to the globalist agenda.

An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory. The first point being evident, he concentrated on the latter.

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On the contrary, Bastide viewed Africanisms in the New World as an expression of African resistance to Western physical and symbolic violence:. An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory. Boston, MA, Beacon Press. These are often interpreted, as Aisha Kahn has stressed, as free-floating devices associated with the aesthetics of the antrropologia vs. 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.

The University of Chicago Press. We have also re-introduced issues of power that acculturation theory has ignored Apter Visions, Traditions, and Trends. In a similar way, the current interest in processes of de-syncretization and anti-syncretism, despite Shaw and Stewart claims to the contrary, can be viewed as a revival of the strong interest in counter-acculturation showed by several North American diffusionists in their studies of Native-American sun and ghost dances Herskovits Some contemporary globalists have fallen prey to this ideology, adopting an often uncritical stance towards the cultural condition of the globalized world.

Malden, MA-Oxford, Blackwell, For instance, as Aisha Kahn has shown, most conceptualizations of contemporary hybridization antropklogia driven by a teleological optimism that, paradoxically enough, eschews issues of difusionsmo and power. This last point should be stressed. Toronto, The University of Toronto Press. From an earlier assimilationist view of acculturation, Herskovits moved to a far more elaborated view of the forms and outcomes of the processes of contact between cultures, in which concepts like convergence, retention, syncretism, reinterpretation and counter-acculturation played a prominent role.

Anthropology of the Modern World. Indeed, ethnological safaris, folklore performances directed towards a tourist audience, some forms of rural tourism, are based on the promise of a cultural contact with unspoiled otherness.