The limits of auto-anthropology

In Anthony Jackson (ed.), Anthropology at home. pp. 59-67 (1987)

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This paper provides an interpretation of the term 'anthropology at home'. Anthropology at home is anthropology done in the social context that produced it. The author provides a definition of when an anthropologist counts as doing research in this context.
Keywords anthropology at home  auto-anthropology
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