Миграције као предмет антрополошког истраживања: концептуализације и политике

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Иако су прва антрополошка проучавања настала као последица колонијалних освајања
и сусрета са новим и другачијим културама, истраживање миграција као феномена
вредног пажње по себи и за себе дошло је у антропологију знатно касније. Постоји
више разлога за то. Једни произилазе из концептуално-теоријских ограничења која су
следила из доминантних научних парадигми, други спадају у домен истраживачких
политика, које, са своје стране, зависе од ширих друштвених и политичких кретања,
док су трећи „онтолошки“, тј. садржани су у ономе што антропологију чини
антропологијом, а односе се пре свега на њен предмет и метод. У овом тексту
представљам динамику промена парадигми антрополошког проучавања миграција и
разматрам проблеме класификације и производње знања.

Кључне речи: антропологија, миграције, парадигме, класификације, производња знања


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Примљено / Received: 11. 04. 2018.
Прихваћено / Accepted: 30. 10. 2018.
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STOJIĆ MITROVIĆ (SERBIA), Marta. Миграције као предмет антрополошког истраживања: концептуализације и политике. Гласник Етнографског института САНУ, [S.l.], v. 66, n. 3, p. 459-475, jan. 2019. ISSN 2334-8259. Доступно на:
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