Download PDF by Deborah Reed-Danahay: Auto/Ethnography: Rewriting the Self and the Social

By Deborah Reed-Danahay

ISBN-10: 185973975X

ISBN-13: 9781859739754

In departing from the normal stance taken through anthropologists, who research 'others' ethnographically, this well timed ebook explores types of self-inscription at the a part of either the ethnographer and people 'others' who're studied. proficient via advancements in postmodernism, postcolonialism, and feminism, this can be an unique contribution to the becoming discussion throughout disciplinary limitations. The chapters construct upon contemporary reconsiderations of the makes use of and that means of non-public narrative to envision the ways that selves and social varieties are culturally constituted via biographical genres. Ethnic autobiography, self-reflexivity in ethnography, and local ethnography elevate provocative questions on more than a few concerns for the modern pupil: authenticity of voice; ethnographic authority; and the measure to which autoethnography constitutes resistance to hegemonic our bodies of discourse. tested the following in a number of cultural and political contexts, writing in regards to the self bargains difficult insights into the development and transformation of identities and cultural meanings.

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Présent à celui du passé mais ne connaissent pas, en same, de futur. Les personnes sont la première, la deuxième et la troisième ; les nombres comportent, en plus du singulier et du pluriel, un duel. Les formes verbales 11011 finies sont, comme dans les autres langues finno-ougriennes, nombreuses : la f1·ontière entre nom et verbe n'est pas aussi nette qu'en français. e, et les participes (présent et passé). A ceci s'ajoute une forme invariable particulière, qui accompagne la négation, elle-même fléchie selon la personne (voir le ''verbe négatif').

Interrog. a la valeur de ''n'importe quoi (mii)/qui (gii) / lequel (guhte)''. Ex. : Dan diehta vaikko gii ''N'importe qui sait ça'' (ça-sait-n'importe qui). - feara + mii/gii ''n'importe quoi/qui'', mii/gii nu ' 'un, une quelconque chose ou personne (non identifiée ou non précisée)''. Ex. : Feara gii I Gii nu beasai dan gullat ''Toutes sortes de gens/ Certains ont pu l'entendre''. Ces pronoms peuvent d'ailleurs se combiner : feara mii nu ''pratiquement n'impo1·te lequel''. Un autre groupe de pronoms indéfinis composés est formé de pronoms interrogatifs suivis de la particule -ge ''aussi, non plus''.

3. Forme composée du verbe, la négation Les formes verbales composées sont constituées d'un auxiliaire et du verbe principal. En same, la forme compo­ sée la plus fréquente, et la plus utile pour converser, est la fornie négative du verbe. Le support de négation, correspondant à ''ne . . pas'', se conjugue en same selon la personne : on parle d'un ''verbe de négation''. Singulier • Pluriel Duel ID ean eat it eahppi ehpet • Je ne . . pas tu ne . pas •• li elle I il ne . . pas nous deux ne . .

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