Strategic or ‘public’ or applied anthropology is usually concerned with the definition and illumination of socially relevant problems — problems of consequence and immediate concern. While this problem orientation is fundamental, it must be widened to include the formative role of teaching and the social interaction involved in carrying out research. Such a broad view assumes that our practice is more than the individual production of a measurable research product. We must be more keenly aware of process and sociality in the practice of social science.
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Susan Reynolds Whyte er professor ved Institut for Antropologi, KU. For mere information klik her.
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