Dentistry Karl Mauss

Culture reading listCulture reading list
Students preparing for the comprehensive examination in culture will be responsible for the entire reading list. Karl Mauss
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Neo-classical Sociology. The Prospects of Social Theory Today. Alain Caillé and Frédéric VandenbergheNeo-classical Sociology. The Prospects of Social Theory Today. Alain Caillé and Frédéric Vandenberghe
Based on a positive anthropology that finds its inspiration in Marcel Mauss´s classic essay on the gift, it recommends a return to classical social theory, reconsiders the legacy of Marxism and explores articulations between theories of. Karl Mauss
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Foundations of Economic Sociology Graduate LevelFoundations of Economic Sociology Graduate Level
Though its history can be traced to classical sociological theory, economic sociology as a sub-discipline has only emerged in the past few decades. I identify three main currents that define what the subfield does. Karl Mauss
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Purpose economic anthropology 19th centuryPurpose economic anthropology 19th century
S – 1940s: idea of evolutionary process → anthropologists were interested in whether the economic behavior of savages was underpinned by the same notions of efficiency and rationality that were taken to motivate economic action in the West. Karl Mauss
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The Original Affluent Society Marshall SahlinsThe Original Affluent Society Marshall Sahlins
To accept that hunters are affluent is therefore to recognise that the present human condition of man slaving to bridge the gap between his unlimited wants and his insufficient means is a tragedy of modern times. Karl Mauss
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Anth 688: Social Theory I mw 10-11: 50am 5 creditsAnth 688: Social Theory I mw 10-11: 50am 5 credits
Department of Anthropology. Anth 689 continues the chronology to the present. Cultural anthropology students must take both courses. Archaeology and bio-anthropology students may take one or the other. Karl Mauss
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A social constructionist perspective of learning mathematics in the african contextA social constructionist perspective of learning mathematics in the african context
African perspective. A sociological approach is used to understand how the cognitive processes and conceptual structures of adolescent learners shape their affinity towards mathematics. Karl Mauss
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Doing Science StudiesDoing Science Studies
Requirements: Attendance at all class meetings is required. Let me know in advance by email if something prevents you from attending. Karl Mauss
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Ph. D. Seminar August 27-September 1 2006 Aim of the coursePh. D. Seminar August 27-September 1 2006 Aim of the course
This includes such classical sociologists as Karl Marx, Marcel Mauss, Georg Simmel, and Max Weber, but also more contemporary authors such as Jean Baudrillard, Zygmunt Bauman, and Daniel Miller and others will be covered. Karl Mauss
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Sociology of knowledgeSociology of knowledge
Edited by David L. Sills. The Macmillan Co & The Free Press, ny, 1968 Vol. 7, pp. 428-434. Karl Mauss
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Sociology of KnowledgeSociology of Knowledge
Weber and Simmel and of course (mostly ignored by European scholars before Schütz) in the pragmatisms of Peirce, James and Dewey. Karl Mauss
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From Subsistence to Spectacle Explorations in Economic AnthropologyFrom Subsistence to Spectacle Explorations in Economic Anthropology
The major goal of the course is to explore the culturally and historically diverse models of economic practices and institutions. Karl Mauss
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