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in diaspora, stories or rumours that appear in multiple locations and in multiple time periods, metaphors that appear in multiple ethnographic locations, or the biographies of individual people or groups as they move through space and time. It may also follow conflicts that transcend boundaries. Multi sited ethnographies, such as Nancy Scheper Hughes's ethnography of the international black m.
Nevertheless, many contemporary socio cultural anthropologists have rejected earlier models of ethnography which they claim treated local cultures Women Air Force Nike
ways people expressed their view of themselves and their world, especially in symbolic forms (such as art and myths). These two approaches frequently converged (kinship, for example, and leadership function both as symbolic systems and as social institutions), and generally complemented one another. Today almost all socio cultural anthropologists refer to the work of both sets of predecessors, and have an equal interest in what people do and in what people say. Today ethnography continues to dominate socio cultural anthropology.
ts promoted the idea of "cultural relativism", the view that one can only understand another person's beliefs and behaviors in the context of the culture in which he or she lived. In the early 20th century socio cultural anthropology developed in different forms in Europe and in the United States. religion, economy, and politics). American "cultural anthropologists" focused on the Flyknit Air Force 1 On Feet
as bounded and isolated. These anthropologists continue to concern themselves with the distinct ways people in different locales experience and understand their lives, but they often argue that one cannot understand these particular ways of life solely from a local perspective; they instead combine a focus on the local with an effort to grasp larger political, economic, and cultural frameworks that impact local lived realities. Notable proponents of this approach include Arjun Appadurai, James Clifford, George Marcus, Sidney Mintz, Michael Taussig and Eric Wolf. A growing trend in anthropological research and analysis seems to be the use of multi sited ethnography, Force Nike Black discussed in George Marcus's article "Ethnography In/Of the World System: the Emergence of Multi Sited Ethnography"]. Looking at culture as embedded in macro constructions of a global social order, multi sited ethnography uses traditional methodology in various locations both spatially and temporally. Through this methodology greater insight can be gained when examining the impact of world systems on local and global communities.
Also emerging in multi sited ethnography are greater interdisciplinary approaches to fieldwork, bringing in methods from cultural studies, media studies, science and technology studies, and others. In multi sited ethnography research tracks a subject across spatial and temporal boundaries. For example, a multi sited ethnography may follow a "thing," such as a particular commodity, as it transfers through the networks of global capitalism. Multi sited ethnography may also follow ethnic groups Pink Air Force 1
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