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Tytuł: Ethnology and Sociocultural Anthropology in Kyrgyzstan

Twórca:

Horolets, Anna

Data wydania/powstania:

2018

Typ zasobu:

Text

Inny tytuł:

Ethnologia Polona 38 2017 (2018)

Wydawca:

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences

Miejsce wydania:

Warsaw

Opis:

24 cm

Abstrakt:

Artykuł poświęcony jest etnologii i antropologii społecznokulturowej w Kirgistanie. Celem tekstu jest naszkicowanie intelektualnej i instytucjonalnej mapy dyscypliny w perspektywie historycznej, z uwzględnieniem kontekstu społeczno-politycznego, w którym się rozwijała. Materiały empiryczne pochodzą z publikacji tradycyjnych i internetowych a także z serii wywiadów z kirgiskimi etnologami i antropologami, a także z uczonymi z innych krajów, którzy prowadzą badania antropologiczne w Kirgistanie. W artykule dążę do umieszczenia dyscypliny w kontekście społeczno-kulturowym i politycznym socjalizmu i post-socjalizmu w Kirgistanie. Jako czynniki rozwoju dyscypliny rozpatruję relacje władzy i stosunki gospodarcze, w ten sposób umieszczam ten tekst w szerszych debatach na temat społecznego konstruowania wiedzy antropologicznej

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