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Arbitrating Collective Dreams: Anthropology and the New Worlding

  • Lourdes ArizpeEmail author
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Part of the SpringerBriefs on Pioneers in Science and Practice book series (BRIEFSPIONEER, volume 12)

Abstract

From his earliest ethnographic research in Tikopia, Raymond Firth was interested in process, that is, in adjustments made within the framework of social structure.

Keywords

World Commission Cultural Pluralism Global Ethic Creative Diversity Intangible Cultural Heritage 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Regional Multidisciplinary Research CentreNational Autonomous University of MexicoCuernavacaMexico

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