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" The cultural features that signal the boundary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed, indeed, even the organizational form of the group may change - yet the fact of continuing dichotomization between members... "
The Beginnings of Jewishness: Boundaries, Varieties, Uncertainties - Page 5
by Shaye J. D. Cohen - 1999 - 458 pages
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The Traveller-Gypsies

Judith Okely - Social Science - 1983 - 254 pages
...are all subject. As an alternative Barth has suggested that 'The fact of continuing dichotomisation between members and outsiders allows us to specify...continuity and investigate the changing cultural form and content' (1969:14). The dichotomisation between Gypsies and Gorgios is continuous. A broad definition...
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Native American Tribalism : Indian Survivals and Renewals: Indian Survivals ...

D'Arcy McNickle - Social Science - 1993 - 208 pages
...boundary. The cultural features that signal the boundary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed, indeed,...members and outsiders allows us to specify the nature of continuity."11 While scholars dispute among themselves over the question of cultural survival, the...
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Jews in Germany After the Holocaust: Memory, Identity, and Jewish-German ...

Lynn Rapaport - History - 1997 - 325 pages
...affiliation The cultural features that signal the boundary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed, indeed...continuity, and investigate the changing cultural form and content. (Fredrik Barth, Ethnic Groups and Boundaries, 1969) Strangers in their own land Martin is...
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Geschichte, Identität und Gemeinschaft im Rückkehrprozeß guatemaltekischer ...

Frank Garbers - Refugees - 2002 - 326 pages
...Gruppen. „The cultural features that signal the houndary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed, indeed,...continuity, and investigate the changing cultural form and content. [...] Socially relevant factors alone become diagnostic for membership, not the overt, 'objective'...
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From Culture to Ethnicity to Conflict: An Anthropological Perspective on ...

Jack David Eller - Social Science - 1999 - 368 pages
...boundary. The cultural features that signal the boundary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed, indeed,...yet the fact of continuing dichotomization between member and outsiders" can remain (14). Simply stated, it is "the ethnic boundary that defines the group,...
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Muslims in the Diaspora: The Somali Communities of London and Toronto

Rima Berns McGown - Social Science - 1999 - 302 pages
...circumstance and over time, it is 'the fact of continuing dichotomization between members and outsiders [that] allows us to specify the nature of continuity, and investigate the changing cultural form and content.'8 Wsevelod Isajiw, in establishing a workable definition for ethnicity, noted that Barth thought...
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The unfinished state: Demokratie und Ethnizität in Nigeria

Markus Brunner - Africa - 2002 - 328 pages
...Dichotomisierung als Wesensmerkmal von Ethnizität: "... the fact of continuing dichotomization bet\\een members and Outsiders allows us to specify the nature...continuity. and investigate the changing cultural form and content fof ethnic groups]." (Barth 1994. 14) Diese grundsätzliche Dichotomie zwischen einem nicht-ethnischen...
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Conflict and Identity in Romans: The Social Setting of Paul's Letter

Philip Francis Esler - Religion - 2003 - 458 pages
...distinctiveness: "The cultural features that signal the boundary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed, indeed,...organizational form of the group may change — yet the fact of the continuing dichotomization between members and outsiders allows us to specify the nature of continuity,...
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Minderheit im eigenen Land?: zur gesellschaftlichen Position der ...

Frank den Hertog - Deutschland Östliche Länder - 2004 - 298 pages
...bleiben. »The cultural features that signal the boundary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed, indeed,...continuity, and investigate the changing cultural form and content« (Barth 1969, S. 14). »Socially relevant factors alone become diagnostic for membership,...
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Communalism, Caste and Hindu Nationalism: The Violence in Gujarat

Ornit Shani - History - 2007 - 215 pages
...boundary may change, and the cultural characteristics of the members may likewise be transformed . . . yet the fact of continuing dichotomization between...members and outsiders allows us to specify the nature of continuity.'4 The change or continuity of a group boundary, as well as the interplay between various...
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