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Clifford Geertz: Religion as a Cultural System, Clifford Methodology

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Clifford Geertz

Clifford Geertz

Clifford Geertz

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(1926 - 2006)

  • Known for his thick description, Epochatism. He was influenced by: Parsons, Gilbert Ryle, Weber, and Schultz.
  • He was remembered mostly for practice symbolic anthropology.
  • He was American Anthropologist.
  • He was remembered popularity for three decades. the single most influential cul

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G. H Mead: “Theory of Self”

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G. H Mead

George Herbert Mead

George Herbert Mead

George Herbert Mead

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Social Self-Theory

Father of Symbolic Interactionism

  • Philosopher, Physochologist University of Chicago.
  • Mead is known for developing an evolutionary theory combining body, mind, self and society. He considers them as a part of single evolutionary process. This approach came to be known, as a cosmological evolutionary theory or even a pragmatist approach.
Father of Symbolic Interactionism

Father of Symbolic Interactionism

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  • Society is the determining factor in the process of Socialization. He understood social reality in terms of interactions between individuals mediated by symbols. For e. g. . the beh

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