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e-Book Reading Material Culture: Structuralism, Hermeneutics, and Post-Structuralism (Social Archeology) download

e-Book Reading Material Culture: Structuralism, Hermeneutics, and Post-Structuralism (Social Archeology) download

by Christopher Tilley

ISBN: 0631160817
ISBN13: 978-0631160816
Language: English
Publisher: Blackwell Pub (May 1, 1990)
Pages: 256
Category: Social Sciences
Subategory: Other

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This book examines the complex relations between material culture, social structures and social practices from structuralist, hermeneutical and . 1 Claude Levi-Strauss: Structuralism and Beyond 3. Part II Hermeneutics.

This book examines the complex relations between material culture, social structures and social practices from structuralist, hermeneutical and post-structuralist viewpoints. 2 Paul Ricoeur: Action, Meaning and Text 85. 3 Clifford Geertz: Towards a More 'Thick' Understanding? 121. Part III Post-Structuralism. 4 Roland Barthes: From Sign to Text 163. 5 Jacques Derrida: 'There is nothing outside of the text' 206. 6 Michel Foucault: Towards an Archaeology of Archaeology 281. Index 348. ABOUT.

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Part 1 Structuralism: Claude Levi-Strauss - structuralism and beyond, Christopher Tilley. Part 2 Hermeneutics: Paul Ricoeur - action, meaning and text, Henrietta . oore; Clifford Geertz - toward a more "thick" understanding?, Eric Kline Silverman. Part 3 Post-structuralism: Roland Barthes - from sign to text, Bjornar Olsen; Jacques Derrida - "There is nothing outside of the text", Timothy Yates; Michel Foucault - towards an archaeology of archaeology, Christopher Tilley. About Christopher Tilley.

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This book examines the complex relations between material culture, social structures and social practices from structuralist, hermeneutical and post-structuralist viewpoints Added to basket. Professor Mary Douglas.

The focus is on comprehending material culture for its cultural and social . Reading Material Culture: Structuralism, Hermeneutics, and Post-Structuralism. Oxford: Basil Blackwell

The focus is on comprehending material culture for its cultural and social significance, not on objects as things to be assessed, possessed, or appreciated. Personal Discipline and Material Culture: An Archaeology of Annapolis, Maryland, 1695–1870. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. Spector, Janet D. 1993. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Tylor, Edward B. 1974.

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In post-structuralism, material culture is viewed as a text and discourse (. Hodder, 2002;Olsen, 2013;Tilley, 1990), focusing on examining the symbolic-discursive meanings of artifacts

In post-structuralism, material culture is viewed as a text and discourse (. Hodder, 2002;Olsen, 2013;Tilley, 1990), focusing on examining the symbolic-discursive meanings of artifacts. It argues that meanings are not static, but transformative through new discourses. The material culture of Korean social movements. First, the article analyses the symbolic meaning of artifacts and their sensory–emotional impact on protesters.

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