In this innovative volume, anthropologists turn their attention to a topic that has rarely figured as a focus of concerted investigation. Yet it can be described as an intrinsic aspect of all human knowing. The imagination is part of all processes by which human beings process information about themselves, their identities, their environments and their relations. How do anthropologists use imagination in coming to know their research subjects? How might they, and how should they, use their imagination? And how do research subjects themselves understand, describe, justify and limit their use of the imagination?
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|Date published: || 2015|
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