They Lie, We Lie Getting on with Anthropology
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Description: This text examines the puzzles and contradictions of life in the field, drawing out what personal predicaments have to say about anthropology in a post-colonial world. The author sorts the issues into three areas: power, ethnicity and closure.
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Copyright year: 2001
Publication date: 12/21/2001
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.25" tall
|Something spoken which is not true|
|They lie, we lie|
|Getting on with anthropology|
|Kasi's pre-emptive strike|
|The polite fictions of research proposals|
|Kasi throws up her defenses|
|My fifth column|
|Hearts and minds|
|Going into the villages|
|People invisible to the state|
|The vanishing point|
|Foregrounding the Berawan|
|The true Berawan|
|Keeping things in perspective|
|Throwing away the old way|
|Constructing "Upriver People"|