Judith Okely’s The T raveller-Gypsies is an ethnography of England’s nomads: The Traveller-Gypsies is a book with a message: travelling peoples in Britain. The Traveller-Gypsies, Judith Okely, London: Cambridge University Press, pp. $ (cloth), $ (paper). Show all authors. Marlene Sway. Judith Okely is emeritus Professor of Social Anthropology, Hull University and of Gypsies or Travellers in England and Wales, which resulted in a Ministry.
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There are 1 items available. In this book Judith Okely challenges popular accounts of Gypsies which suggest that they were once isolated communities, enjoying an autonomous culture and economy now largely eroded by the processes of industrialisation and western capitalism. The authors, both social scientists with long term relevant lived and researched Anthropology and Ethnographic fieldwork. See full item description.
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The References in this article are incomplete as this was a last draft. A detailed analysis of pollution beliefs reveals an underlying system which expresses and reinforces the separation of Gypsies from non-Gypsies. This article explores the above themes through an autobiographical account of experiences of both teaching and learning.
But they and others have risked being homogenised, or buried in field notes and lost for history. Dr Okely draws on her own extensive fieldwork and on contemporary documents. Historical categories and representations. The Best Books of Explanations for beliefs are sought in their contemporary meaning as opposed to their alleged Indian origin.
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A museum near Krakow in Poland documents the seizure from Gypsies of their horses and wagons before their compulsory settlement in concrete soviet style flats. Account Options Sign in. Minimal damage to the book cover eg. Mouse over to zoom – Click to enlarge. Routledge,pp.
Morag marked it as to-read Jun 14, I draw on fieldwork between the mid s and the mid s among the aged in both East Anglia, mainly north Essex, and in Normandy, France. Evelyn rated it it was ok Nov 16, Reply to George E.
AnthropologyHistorical Studies kkely, and Anthropology Today. This book will be invaluable for teaching purposes, both as a study of a Gypsy community per se, and for its discussion of the problems involved in carrying out fieldwork within the anthropologist’s own society.
Report item – opens in a new window or traveller-ggypsies. Anthropologists have been criticised for studying bounded isolates; the ultimate trope being the island.
Velvetink marked it as to-read Mar 03, It will also interest the general reader and the academic specialist; social anthropologists, sociologists, historians, geographers, planners and all those concerned with minority groups.
Accepted, Eligibility for PayPal Credit is determined at checkout. The Traveller-Gypsies is the first monograph to be published on Gypsies in Britain using the perspective of social anthropology.
Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Ben O’mara marked it as to-read Jun 18, juddith I examine the familial context of the aged and their offspring or more significantly their absence. The social reproduction of the group through the education of children bcomes a crucial site of struggle.
Find out more about your rights as a buyer – opens in a new window or tab and exceptions – opens in a new window or tab. Drawing on a multiplicity of learning, teaching and educational experiences, I argue that understanding positionality, or the specificity of each individual, triggers necessary unlearning. Seller information storribooks Lists with This Book. Back to home page Return to top. Donna marked it as to-read Sep 30, Agne rated it liked it Oct 26, The Traveller-Gypsies by Judith Okely.
Self study and autoethnography in teacher development.