Mirrored Images: American Anthropology and American Culture, 1960-1980


Four early "reflexive ethnographies" which have been the subject of comment by other anthropologists are analyzed in detail and then related to the larger professional and cultural context in which they emerged. These ethnographies are treated as cultural productions, the form and content of which were permeated by the proximate American experience as well as characteristically American constructs for interpreting social reality.

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