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2014 | 3 | 1 | 8 – 16
Article title

ANTROPOLÓGIA A ROZVOJ: RIVALI ALEBO SPOJENCI? (TEORETICKO-METODOLOGICKÝ NÁČRT PROBLEMATIKY)

Title variants
EN
Anthropology and development: Rivals or allies? (Theoretical and methodological outline of issue)
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
The paper describes the relationship between social anthropology and development, that is, since its inception rated as ambiguous and ambivalent. It presented forms of engagement of social anthropologists in development projects, while it distinguishes three basic approaches anthropology to development: instrumental, populist, and deconstructionist. In form of overview study it approaches a discourse widespread especially in the Western Anglo-Saxon academic society, while its theoretical and methodological assumptions are applicable in the study of development in the Central European context. The paper identifies the basic theoretical and methodological postulates and current trends in anthropology of development and social change.
Year
Volume
3
Issue
1
Pages
8 – 16
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