Bronislaw Malinowski


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Noun1.Bronislaw Malinowski - British anthropologist (born in Poland) who introduced the technique of the participant observer (1884-1942)
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For example, pioneering anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski reported on the gift-giving practices of Melanian Pacific islanders in his 1922 book "Argonauts of the Western Pacific.
The term "participant observation" was coined by Bronislaw Malinowski (1884-1942) during extensive work in the Trobriand Islands, where he embedded himself into native society, learning the language.
On the December 1917 evening when Bronislaw Malinowski sang the words "kiss my ass" to a Wagner melody to chase way the dreaded Trobriand mulukwausi (translated as "flying witches" [Malinowski, 1922/1966, p.
Sea de forma inesperada, como en los diarios (ineditos en vida) de Bronislaw Malinowski (1989), donde podemos apreciar la verdadera experiencia del etnografo (los malestares fisicos producto del trabajo de campo y su necesidad de narcoticos, o los impulsos eroticos que intenta controlar) o en la sociologia del consumo de marihuana de Howard Becker (1971): se trata de una etnografia del desarrollo del gusto por, y habilidad de, fumar marihuana, en la que, sin decirlo abiertamente, uno sospecha que quien se fumo los porros es el mismo Becker.
Bronislaw Malinowski (1975) apuntaba a algunas consideraciones inherentes en todo trabajo de campo como el caracter caotico y fragmentario que poseen las primeras observaciones y los desvios y desasosiegos durante esa insercion.
No obstante, tal concepcion y abordaje investigativo de la "otredad" solo tuvo su reconocimiento y consolidacion, a partir de lo planteado por Bronislaw Malinowski, quien encontro en lo que el denomino como "observacion participante", la via para esa rigurosidad que pedia Boas.
In chapter 6, "An Anthropological Laboratory," anthropologists such as Bronislaw Malinowski adopted cultural relativism on topics such as witchcraft and encouraged African participation in research.
Entre arte e ciencia, ou o etnografo como heroi romantico: Bronislaw Malinowski e o trabalho de campo antropologico.
By the early 20th century, such scholarly voyeurism would be taken up in the anthropological studies of Bronislaw Malinowski with his 1929 publication of The Sexual Lives of Savages.
Whereas other anthropologists, such as Bronislaw Malinowski, approach myths as a source of information about ritual and religion, Wiseman argues that for Levi-Strauss myths are also esthetic objects.
In A shadow falls, by contrast, Beatty dispenses with all of these scholarly accoutrements--he makes no mention of other anthropologists or any scholarly literature, save a fleeting reference to Bronislaw Malinowski on page 134 and another on the same page to Claude Levi-Strauss.