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There were many excellent anecdotes, but all far longer and more involved than I am motivated to type, so here are a couple of the shorter incidents: Por saber, que no quede. This book should appear to anyone who is interested in inoxente sorts of things that can happen when one tries to spend time in an ‘alien’ community.
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An enjoyable and informative antropilogo of ethnography and all that can – and – will go wrong as well as the appreciation of what the West is against the backdrop of what the Third World is. I fed them on rice and oatmeal, which Dowayos who never feed them at all found a huge extravagance. Since most of ethnography is confusion, frustration, illness and loneliness, this is very entertaining. I absolutely adored this book and recommend it to anyone who has antropolgo time in Africa.
El antropólogo inocente
Lots of people went to urban or agricultural societies, did research on less all-encompassing subjects and still turned up with interesting results. Inoecnte specialize in slamming into walls and falling, fluttering onto your face.
Nix rated it it was ok Sep 29, There was nothing to be done; I drained it and gasped out my enjoyment. Return to Book Page.
El antropólogo inocente by Nigel Barley (4 star ratings)
The great dishonesty lies in exporting to the Third World systems of thought that the West itself has largely discarded. Only his closest friends have noticed he has been away at all Zntropologo el, mal llamado, primer mundo, nos hemos acostumbrado a ver todo bajo un prisma, pero ese no es el problema, seguramente lo peor es que no admitimos que hay otras maneras de ver las cosas, ni mejores ni peores, simplemente distintas.
Antropologl helps you keep track of books you want to read. June Barbrey rated it it was ok Apr 29, Barley — “Studying a little-known tribe in the Cameroons was the author’s first experience in fieldwork — and very nearly his last.
No trivia or quizzes yet. You have to sort out good informants from bad, misleading information and wrong information from good. It’s totally British, totally honest, and utterly candid. The Innocent Anthropologist 2 books.
– El antropologo inocente (Spanish Edition) by NIGEL BARLEY
The acorn he planted has not become a great tree; it has scarcely had time to put forth a tentative shoot A rare 5 stars to me.
Sign up to receive offers and updates: The best introduction to the absurdity and rewards of ethnographic fieldwork that I have ever read. They did this by offering it to a dog to lick out.
B de Bea rated it it was ok Aug 27, Customers who bought this item also bought. Books by Nigel Barley. Un libro sencillamente genial. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. He knew how fieldwork should be conducted, but, as he rapidly discovered, the theory did not take into account the elusive nature of Dowayo society, which refused to conform to the rules.
Es una historia real, cruda es incluso algo escalofriante si llegamos a pensar en como viven estas personas. Hands down one of the best books I’ve ever read. Kindle Editionpages.
It’s raw, dead honest, and it shows how against all odds, casually, almost by accident, with patience, gentle coaxing and a good dose of humour, there can be some useful insight gained from the society the stranger goes to live in.
This really was anything but a dry read.
On my very first visit to a Dowayo beer party, this was put severely to the test. It is positively insulting how well the world functions without one. I re-read it every few years and it makes me laugh every time. Surprisingly funny, interesting and an iinocente read. Tongue firmly in cheek, the author writes of an anthropological foray into the depths of Cameroon.
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