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" It is more than ever crucial for different peoples to form complex concrete images of one another," Clifford affirms (1988, p. 23), "as well as of the relationships of knowledge and power that connect them; but no sovereign scientific method or ethical... "
Envisioning Vietnamese Migrants in Germany: Ethnic Stigma, Immigrant Origin ... - Seite 8
von Pipo Bui - 2003 - 235 Seiten
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Cognitive Relativism and Social Science

Diederick Raven, Lieteke Van Vucht Tijssen, Jan De Wolf - 1992 - 297 Seiten
...in Conn (1916). Psychological versus Structural Validity: The Case of Ethnoscience Arie de Ruijter No sovereign scientific method or ethical stance can guarantee the truth of (anthropological) images. They are constituted - the critique of colonial modes of representation has...
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Reclaiming a Scientific Anthropology

Lawrence A. Kuznar - 1997 - 284 Seiten
...capitalist invention. I will examine each of these types of criticism in turn. Clifford asserts that "no sovereign scientific method or ethical stance can guarantee the truth of such [ethnographic] images"(1983: 119). He sees "culture as composed of seriously contested codes and representations,"...
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Key Concepts in Post-colonial Studies

Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, Helen Tiffin - 1998 - 275 Seiten
...overcomes, its colonial history and the difficulties concerning the subject position of the ethnographer: 'It is more than ever crucial for different peoples...relationships of knowledge and power that connect them' (23). One consequence of such a position has been a form of localized ethnography that interrupts the...
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Islam, Motor Or Challenge of Modernity

Georg Stauth - 1998 - 220 Seiten
...instead of creating one consistent image of the Other. My effort follows James Clifford's assessment: "It is more than ever crucial for different peoples...as of the relationships of knowledge and power that concern them; but no sovereign scientific method or ethical stance can guarantee the truth of such...
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Ethical Dilemmas in Feminist Research: The Politics of Location ...

Gesa Kirsch, Professor Gesa E Kirsch, PhD - 1999 - 133 Seiten
...another if we are to continue to occupy this planet as a species" (126). • James Clifford declares: "It is more than ever crucial for different peoples...ethical stance can guarantee the truth of such images" (119). As these comments suggest, anthropologists are keenly aware that in the modern world, people...
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Collecting Visible Evidence

Jane Gaines, Michael Renov - 1999 - 339 Seiten
...effort to use the documentary camera to bridge gaps in understanding, following James Clifford's charge: "It is more than ever crucial for different peoples to form complex concrete images of one another, . . . but no sovereign scientific methodology or ethical stance can guarantee the truth of such images."26...
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Perspectives on Method and Theory in the Study of Religion: Adjunct ...

International Association for the History of Religions. Congress - 2000 - 347 Seiten
...essences, it can at least struggle self-consciously to avoid portraying abstract, ahistorical "others". It is more than ever crucial for different peoples...complex concrete images of one another, as well as of relationships of knowledge and power that connect them; but no sovereign scientific method or ethical...
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What's Left of Enlightenment?: A Postmodern Question

Keith Michael Baker, Peter Hanns Reill - 2001 - 203 Seiten
...and located being. The relations between these two are necessarily dialogic. According to Clifford, "it is more than ever crucial for different peoples...guarantee the truth of such images. They are constituted ... in specific historical relations of dominance anddialogue.""The nature of the knowledge produced...
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Knowing the Past: Victorian Literature and Culture

Suzy Anger - 2001 - 279 Seiten
...power — the importance of the ethnological enterprise. "It is more than ever crucial," he claims, "for different peoples to form complex concrete images of one another, as well as the relationships of knowledge and power that connect them; but no sovereign scientific method or ethical...
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Dying to Know: Scientific Epistemology and Narrative in Victorian England

George Levine - 2002 - 326 Seiten
...crucial," he claims, "for different peoples to form complex concrete images of one another, as well as the relationships of knowledge and power that connect...or ethical stance can guarantee the truth of such images."48 Daniel Deronda, and the epistemological theory it narratively unfolds, may leave the reader...
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