AuthorTaylor, John Mitchell, 1963-
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis paper reconsiders the relation between what is studied, here homelessness, and the way of study, here anthropology. We will arrive at the notion of moral regulation which is useful in thoughts of the complex implications of otherwise seemingly disparate phenomena: homelessness and anthropology. Along the way we touch on order and morality. It is suggested that the professionalization of anthropology might be an active detriment to cogent anthropological analysis.
Degree ProgramGraduate College