By edited by: Guido Bolaf, Raffaele Bracalenti, Peter Braham and Sandro Gindro
Dictionary of Race, Ethnicity and tradition ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ, КУЛЬТУРА и ИСКУССТВО Автор: edited by means of: Guido Bolaf, Raffaele Bracalenti, Peter Braham and Sandro Gindro Название: Dictionary of Race, Ethnicity and tradition Издательство: Sage courses Ltd. Год: 2003 Формат: pdf (rar +3%) Размер: 1,67 mb Язык: Английский/EnglishThe Dictionary of Race, Ethnicity and tradition is an exceptional instance of a subject-based specialist dictionary. As its very identify exhibits, it acknowledges that the customarily unrelated parts of race, ethnicity and tradition are traditionally and theoretically inseparable. They feed off one another, and their examine consists of universal conceptual and theoretical instruments and kinds a coherent zone of research. The 2 hundred entries hide approximately all of the very important suggestions, and comprise phrases borrowed from usual discourse and reworked into technical innovations in addition to these in particular coined by way of social scientists. The entries are succinct yet no longer oversimplified, are in actual fact written, lengthy adequate to be informative but brief adequate for a fast reference, and are composed through exceptional and thoroughly chosen participants drawn from a number nations and disciplines. due to the fact strategies boost through the years and are frequently in a different way understood in several international locations, the Dictionary correctly bargains with the entries in a ancient and comparative demeanour. a lot of its entries additionally deliver to undergo on a number of issues the complementary views of psychology, psychoanalysis, sociology and social anthropology, and supply strangely wealthy and illuminating money owed of the proper topic matter.0
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Bilingualism differs in meaning from `diglossia' (Fishman, 1967) ± although literally the two terms both signify `two tongues', the ®rst being of Latin and the second of Greek derivation ± in that the latter is used to refer to the use of two languages within the same COMMUNITY. This is the case of groups which use both a `higher' and a `lower' language, which are granted different levels of prestige and reserved for separate functions and 24 BIOETHICS AND ETHNICITY based on widening cultural gaps.
1963) Opere ®loso®che giovanili (1844), Editori Riuniti, Roma. Marx, K. (1970) Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844, London, Lawrence & Wishart. Melotti, U. (1974) Marx, Vallecchi, Firenze. SOCIAL SCIENCE AND MIGRATION As the result of migration Alienation, because of its wide range of application (separation or estrangement from the product of one's work, from oneself, from one's society, or from one's own culture) has become a concept which increasingly belongs to the discourse of the social sciences.
In opposition to cultural evolutionism, twentieth-century anthropology has considered art to be culturally determined. Marcel Mauss (1872±1950), one of the founders of modern ethnology, de®ned as art any phenomenon, activity, production or manifestation which is recognized as such by a given group, independently from any possible aesthetic judgement (CULTURAL RELATIVISM). Hence the study of the relations between art and society has developed into a sociology of art which studies the social and cultural roots of artistic expression, by analysing both the aesthetic values historically 18 ASSIMILATION process of absorption of people from different countries and different cultures, brought together as the consequence of the MIGRATION process.