The Resource Australian anthropology, ideology and political repression: : the Cold War experience of Fredrick G. G. Rose, Valerie Munt

Australian anthropology, ideology and political repression: : the Cold War experience of Fredrick G. G. Rose, Valerie Munt

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Australian anthropology, ideology and political repression: : the Cold War experience of Fredrick G. G. Rose
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Australian anthropology, ideology and political repression:
Title remainder
the Cold War experience of Fredrick G. G. Rose
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Valerie Munt
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Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the intellectual and political background to the career and thought of Fredrick Rose; colonial roots of anthropology in Australia - anthropology's role as defined by Radcliffe-Brown; influence of A.P. Elkin and structural-functionalism; impact of capitalism on Aboriginal society and anthropology's response; political and intellectual responses to the Communist Party of Australia (CPA); Rose's critique of the structural functionalism and the centrality of kinship as the primary structure of hunter gatherer societies; suppression of Rose's economic and evolutionary emphasis - problems of publishing, career and recognition in Australia
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Munt, Valerie
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no index present
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non fiction
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Rose, Frederick G. G.
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Australian anthropology, ideology and political repression: : the Cold War experience of Fredrick G. G. Rose, Valerie Munt
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 125-129
Extent
p. [109]-129
Label
Australian anthropology, ideology and political repression: : the Cold War experience of Fredrick G. G. Rose, Valerie Munt
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 125-129
Extent
p. [109]-129

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