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eBook Rethinking Psychological Anthropology: Continuity and Change in the Study of Human Action, Second Edition ePub

by Philip K. Bock

  • ISBN: 1577660552
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Philip K. Bock
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Waveland Pr Inc; 2 edition (April 21, 1999)
  • Pages: 309
  • ePub book: 1394 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1838 kb
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He argues that we must be aware of these past efforts and errors if we are to develop culturally sensitive ways of understanding the relationship of individuals to their societies. Starting with nineteenth-century studies of primitive mentality.

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Classic undergraduate text in psychological anthropology by Bock. This book traces the history of anthropological studies that have made explicit use of psychological ideas. Surveys developments in the field, and their relationship to anthropology. The original book, Continuities in Psychological Anthropology {San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1980) was organized historically, and relatively few changes were necessary to bring its successor, Rethinking Psychological Anthropology {New York: W. Freeman, 1988) up to date.

Study of Human Action by Philip K. Bock (see record 1988-97177-000).

Organized chronologically, this volume discusses historical trends in psychological anthropology and explores the ways in which anthropologists have used and misused psychological concepts and methods to understand behavior in non-Western societies. Topics discussed in this book are: psychoanalytic anthropology, psychology of culture change, cross-cultural study of mental illness, comparative studies of the emotions, cognitive anthropology,.

Items related to Rethinking Psychological Anthropology: Continuity . Chapter supplements and a new chapter bring the book completely up to date.

Items related to Rethinking Psychological Anthropology: Continuity an. .ISBN 13: 9781577660552. Starting with nineteenth-century studies of "primitive mentality," the book examines the school of culture and personality, including cross-cultural correlational studies, and continuing on to recent work on sociobiology, shamanism, self, and emotion.

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Philip K. Bock is Presidential Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of New Mexico.

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Rethinking Psychological Anthropology : Continuity and Change in the Study of Human Action.

Rethinking Psychological Anthropology: Continue and Change inthe Study of Human Action. Preface Introduction: Universal and Particular by Philip K. Bock Schools and Approaches Classical Culture and Personality by Steven Piker Cross-Cultural Comparisons in Psychological Anthropology b. More). Patterns of Illegitimacy on a Canadian Indian Reserve: 1860-1960.

In this introduction to an important field, Philip Bock provides a critical account of the ways that anthropologists have used and misused psychological concepts in their studies of various societies. He argues that we must be aware of these past efforts and errors if we are to develop culturally sensitive ways of understanding the relationship of individuals to their societies. Starting with nineteenth-century studies of "primitive mentality," the book examines the school of culture and personality, including cross-cultural correlational studies, and continuing on to recent work on sociobiology, shamanism, self, and emotion. Relevant psycho-

logical concepts are explained as needed, and each approach is presented in its own terms before critical examination. Chapter supplements and a new chapter bring the book completely up to date.