Knowledge and Passion
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Description: Michelle Rosaldo presents an ethnographic interpretation of the life of the Ilongots, a group of some 3,500 hunters and horticulturists in Northern Luzon, Philippines. Her study focuces on headhunting, a practice that remained active among the Ilongots until at least 1972. Indigenous notions of 'knowledge' and 'passion' are crucial to the Ilongots' perceptions of their own social practices of headhunting, oratory, marriage, and the organization of subsistence labour. In explaining the significance of these key ideas, Professor Rosaldo examines what she considers to be the most important dimensions of Ilongot social relationships: the contrasts between men and women and between accomplished married men and bachelor youths. By defining 'knowledge' and 'passion' in the context of their social and affective significance, the author demonstrates the place of headhunting in historical and political processes, and shows the relation between headhunting and indigenous concepts of curing, reproduction, and health. Theoretically oriented toward interpretive of symbolic ethnography, this book clarifies some of the ways in which the study of a language - both vocabulary and patterns of usage - is a study of a culture; the process of translation is presented as a method of cultural interpretation. Professor Rosaldo argues that an appreciation of the Ilongots' specific notions of 'the self' and the emotional concepts associated with headhunting can illuminate central aspects of the group's social life.
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List price: $57.00
Copyright year: 1980
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 3/31/1980
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|Aspects of fieldwork|
|Knowledge, passion, and the heart|
|The dynamics of emotion|
|Of songs and tapes|
|Knowledge, identity, and order in an egalitarian world|
|Disruptions and the unknowing child|
|Language, skills, and commands|
|Knowledge, identity, and order|
|Conclusion: 'Knowledge,' Burur, and his aunt|
|Horticulture, hunting, and the 'height' of men's hearts|
|'Preparations' for work|
|The 'height' of men's hearts|
|Headhunting: a tale of 'fathers,' 'brothers,' and 'sons'|
|'Fathers' and desiring 'sons'|
|Lives cycling: liget and age|
|Lovers and peers|
|Conclusion: 'Amet and 'anger'|
|Negotiating anger: oratory and the knowledge of adults|
|What is oratory?|
|'Knowledge,' 'passion,' and regulation through exchange|
|Exchanging liget and creating social ties|
|Conclusion: Liget and the knowledge of adult men|
|Conclusion: Self and social life|
|Of comparison and context|