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Introduction
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Planning
Work in the Field
Chapter 3
Section Introductions24
Conclusions
Mead
Balinese Character
Explanation
Schismogenesis in a Discipline of Words
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Gregory Bateson, Margaret Mead and Balinese Character: Schismogenesis in a Discipline of Words

Gregory Bateson, Margaret Mead and Balinese Character: Schismogenesis in a Discipline of Words

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This thesis performs a contextualised analysis of Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson's 1942 Publication "Balinese Character: A Photographic Analysis".

Chapter one documents the converging life histories of its two authors, from their education and early fieldwork, through their meeting, marriage and joint research, up to 1942.

Chapter two explains the nature of the Bali project, by describing Bateson and Mead's time in Bali and the problems they encountered during the writing process.

Chapter three contains a complete analysis of the methodological and theoretical advances contained within the text itself (and of course the photographs), including an assignment of the projects various facets to their respective creators.

The conclusion seeks to summarise the significance of the project, by explaining Mead and Bateson's overall contributions to its form, as well as their changing view of its success over time. It also includes an analysis (in Bateson's own terms) of the changing shape of Anthropology throughout this century, documenting what I proposed as the schismogenic formation of the premises of visual anthropology.
This thesis performs a contextualised analysis of Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson's 1942 Publication "Balinese Character: A Photographic Analysis".

Chapter one documents the converging life histories of its two authors, from their education and early fieldwork, through their meeting, marriage and joint research, up to 1942.

Chapter two explains the nature of the Bali project, by describing Bateson and Mead's time in Bali and the problems they encountered during the writing process.

Chapter three contains a complete analysis of the methodological and theoretical advances contained within the text itself (and of course the photographs), including an assignment of the projects various facets to their respective creators.

The conclusion seeks to summarise the significance of the project, by explaining Mead and Bateson's overall contributions to its form, as well as their changing view of its success over time. It also includes an analysis (in Bateson's own terms) of the changing shape of Anthropology throughout this century, documenting what I proposed as the schismogenic formation of the premises of visual anthropology.

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Published by: Jason Brooks on May 10, 2011
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