Off the verandah : Bronislaw Malinowski, 1884-1942
Film et Vidéo
- Auteurs : Singer André (1945-....) ; Dakowski Bruce ;
- Editeurs : London Royal Anthropological Institute ;
- Date d'édition : 200X
- Sujets : Ethnologie -- DVD -- Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée -- Trobriand (Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, îles), Ethnologie, Trobriand (Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, îles) -- Moeurs et coutumes -- DVD, Films ethnographiques DVD, Malinowski, Bronisław -- DVD
- Langue(s) : Anglais
- Description matérielle : 1 DVD mono face toutes zones (53 min), : Coul. (NTSC), son.
- Pays de publication : Royaume-Uni
- Collection (notice d'ensemble) : Stangers abroad, 4,
Version originale en anglais
Indiqué sur la jaquette : Bronislaw Kaspar Malinowski was born into an aristocratic family in Poland in 1984. It was the chance reading of Frazer's Golden Bough that put him on the path of his future career. He pursuit anthropological training at London School of Economics and was awarded a doctorate for work on Australian Aborigines, based on data provided by Spencer and Gillen. Following a first field study among the Mailu off the New Guinea cost, using the well-tested formula of his predecessors, Spencer and Rivers, he moved 1915 to the Trobriands. There he abandoned the veranda and developed his style of fieldwork, which came to be called participant-observation: speaking the language, living in the community and becoming part of it, making a detailed record of all aspects of native life. Malinowski's intimate experience with Trobriand society generated a growing awareness of the myriad of links that hold society together.