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Berufsperspektiven für Ethnologen im Kontext der Globalisierung. Anregungen aus der Sicht einer "peripheren Anthropologie"
Bd. 97, H. 2. (2002), pp. 421-433
Published by: Anthropos Institut
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40466043
Page Count: 13
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The basic question of this article is if German anthropologists still have any influence on their own professional prospects in view of the apparent omnipotence of globalized developments on job markets. A look at other anthropologies can supply some good suggestions for answering this question. Brazilian anthropology, for example, is vivacious, predominantly socially engaged and mainly devoted to the problems of its own country, and its scope of activities is clearly broader than for anthropologists in Germany. Although the situation of Brazilian anthropology cannot be said to be generally positive, some important lessons for German anthropology can be drawn from its experiences.
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