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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Ciertamente en estas 27 estadias de terreno en el mall, Salcedo no tendra el tiempo de vagar y aburrirse, como lo podria haber hecho Bronislaw Malinowski en las islas Trobriand.
His topics include cognitive and non-cognitive accounts of imaginative literature, the printed medium: Wordsworth and books, evangelicalism and evolution: James Montgomery's Pelican Island, politics and art: James Kelman's Not Not While the Giro, and from the other shore: Bronislaw Malinowski's A Diary in the Strict Sense of the Term.
(Adler was influenced by anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski's notion of the "participant-observer.")
It contrasts with Bronislaw Malinowski's early confident reach for academic domination (1967)--but then she did not admire him or his theories.
Lewis, Bronislaw Malinowski, the Mighty Sparrow, V.S.
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 islanders didn't use money, but they had a sophisticated system of mutual obligations that depended on the nature of one's relationships.
Operating mostly in the Solomon Islands, in particular the New Georgia group, the Sladen Trust Expedition took place between two well-known anthropological endeavours to the Pacific: The Torres Strait Expedition (of which Rivers was a participant) and Bronislaw Malinowski's path-breaking long-term residence among the Trobriand Islanders.
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.