11 edition of Schism and continuity in an African society found in the catalog.
by Published on behalf of the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute, Northern Rhodesia, by Manchester University Press in [Manchester, Eng.]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 332-335.
|LC Classifications||DT955 .T83|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 348 p.|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||a 58005778|
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In his first book, the classic ethnography Schism and Continuity in an African Society (), Turner remolded the case history method central to his school of anthropological thought, the Manchester School, by developing the "social drama." Deliberately theatrical, the social drama used a cast of named characters. Its process of unfolding. Book Review: Holy Hustlers, Schism, and Prophecy: Apostolic Reformation in Botswana Article (PDF Available) in South African Historical Journal 68(2) February with ReadsAuthor: Ushehwedu Kufakurinani.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A reprint of the seminal anthropological work /5(29). Schism And Continuity In An African Society focuses on the village life of the Ndembu of Zambia who were then under British rule. The social constraints (such as the matrilineal-inherited headsmanship system) and the various releases from these constraints provoked periodic crises which caused great disruption and : Paperback.
About Schism and Continuity in an African Society. With a new foreword by Bruce Kapferer, Professor of Anthropology, James Cook University- A reprint of the seminal anthropological work of the s.
With a new foreword by Bruce Kapferer, Professor of Anthropology, James Cook University- A reprint of the seminal anthropological work of the s. Originally published by Manchester University Turner will be remembered as the anthropologist who developed the concept of the ‘social d.
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In his foreword to Turner's Schism and Continuity in an African Society, Gluckman (xii) expressed his initial concern. I have sketched something of Turner's method: he can speak better for himself. But I make a few points to support him. First, I hope no one will turn away from his analysis in dislike of the phrase 'social drama.
TURNER, VICTOR. TURNER, VICTOR ( – ). Scottish-born American anthropologist and comparative religionist. On the basis of fieldwork in central Africa, Victor Witter Turner produced the richest ethnographic achievement of the period after World War II, and he explained the nature of religious ritual and symbolism in an African society in more detail than anyone had before.
Author of The ritual process, Schism and continuity in an African society, The forest of symbols, The ritual process, The drums of affliction, The anthropology of performance, The Lozi peoples of north-western Rhodesia, Image and pilgrimage in Christian culture.
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