7 edition of The culture of experience found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||John J. McDermott.|
|LC Classifications||B851 .M22|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiv, 237 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||76005962|
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Experience convenes a conversation with artists, musicians, philosophers, anthropologists, historians, and neuroscientists, each of whom explores aspects of sensorial and cultural realms of experience/5(3). The Cultural Experience has helped generations of undergraduates discover the excitement of ethnographic research through participation in relatively familiar cultures in North American society.
Grounded in the interviewing-based ethnographic technique known as ethnosemantics, the latest edition continues to treat ethnography as a discovery by: At least, the experience of culture is too vast to be explored fully in a single book, and no doubt important omissions will be pointed to – especially, perhaps, in the light.
Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of Culture and Experience (). Home The title of the volume, Culture and Experience, is intended to suggest an underlying theme which, I believe, will be apparent throughout.
For a long time it has seemed to me that, sooner or later, anthropology will have to come to closer. The Cultural Experience has helped generations of undergraduates discover the excitement of ethnographic research through participation in relatively familiar cultures in North American society.
Grounded in the interviewing-based ethnographic technique known as ethnosemantics, the latest edition continues to treat ethnography as a discovery /5.
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Experience produces experience while bringing the concept itself into relief as an object of contemplation. The sensory experience of the book as a physical object resonates with the intellectual experience of the book as a container of ideas.
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