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by Kalervo Oberg
Kalervo Oberg (1901–1973) was a Canadian anthropologist. Oberg was dedicated to fieldwork, serving as a civil servant and a teacher. He traveled the world and wrote about these experiences so others could enjoy them as well
Kalervo Oberg (1901–1973) was a Canadian anthropologist. He traveled the world and wrote about these experiences so others could enjoy them as well. Born to Finnish parents in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Oberg is perhaps best known for applying the term culture shock to all people who travel abroad into new cultures and for his doctoral dissertation, The Social Economy of the Tlingit Indians of Alaska.
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Oberg, Kalervo, 1973, The Social Economy of the Tlingit Indians, American Ethnological Society Monograph 55. University of Washington Press, Seattle. Renfrew, . 1977, Alternative Models for Exchange and Spatial Distribution, in: Exchange Systems in Prehistory ( T. K. Earle and J. E. Ericson, ed., Academic Press, New York, pp. 71–90.
Bibliographic Details. Title: SOCIAL ECONOMY OF THE TLINGIT INDIANS: The. Shipping within the continental . Publisher: University of Washington Press, Seattle and London. Publication Date: 1973. Includes delivery confirmation.
Jun 26, 2012 Barnaby Thieme rated it it was amazing. Shelves: new-world, history, religion-mythology, anthropology. Oberg offers a detailed and sympathetic ethnographic monograph of the cultural and social life of the Tlinget Native American groups he observed over a period of some years, living in a traditional fashion in the early 20th century.
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American Ethnological Society. The early meetings of the AES took place in the homes of the members, where they discussed all aspects of human life, from history and geography to philology and anthropology. The AES was a scholarly institution, in which papers were presented that were later published. In the late 19th century, the AES's focus changed from the evolutionary concerns of ethnology to the academic discipline of anthropology. The AES remained small, due to financial difficulties until the 1920s.
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