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The Categorical Impulse: Essays on the Anthropology of Classifying Behavior

Ellen, Roy

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Classification, as an object of recent anthropological scrutiny came to prominence during the 1960s, exemplified in the British (constructionist) tradition by the writings of Mary Douglas, and in the American ethno-semantics (cognitive) tradition by the likes of Harold Conklin and Brent Berlin. 

Softcover. English. Berghahn Books. 2008. ISBN: . 248. Good. Book No: 52085

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The Categorical Impulse: Essays on the Anthropology of Classifying Behavior

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