Radcliffe-Brown


Dictionary of sociology. 2013.

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  • RADCLIFFE-BROWN (A. R.) — Il est sans doute trop tôt pour tenter d’évaluer ce qui survivra de l’œuvre, relativement dédaignée aujourd’hui, de Radcliffe Brown. Celui qui fut l’un des plus prestigieux chefs de file de l’école anthropologique britannique entre les deux… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Radcliffe-Brown — Radcliffe Brown, Alfred Reginald …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Radcliffe-Brown — (Alfred Reginald) (1881 1955) anthropologue britannique; chef de file de l école fonctionnaliste: Structure et fonction dans la société primitive (1952) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Radcliffe-Brown —   [ rædklɪf braʊn], Alfred Reginald, britischer Ethnologe, * Birmingham 17. 1. 1881, ✝ London 24. 10. 1955; einer der Hauptvertreter der britischen Ethnologie; neben B. Malinowski Mitbegründer des sozialwissenschaftlichen Funktionalismus; gilt… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Radcliffe-Brown — Alfred Radcliffe Brown. Alfred Reginald Radcliffe Brown (* 17. Januar 1881 in Birmingham, England; † 24. Oktober 1955 in London) war ein Pionier der britischen Sozialanthropologie und Mitbegründer des Strukturfunktionalismus …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Radcliffe-Brown — Alfred Radcliffe Brown Pour les articles homonymes, voir Radcliffe. A.R. Radcliffe Brown Alfred Reginald Radcliffe Brown (Birmingham …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Radcliffe-Brown, A.R. — ▪ British anthropologist in full  Alfred Reginald Radcliffe Brown  born Jan. 17, 1881, Birmingham, Warwick, Eng. died Oct. 24, 1955, London       English social anthropologist of the 20th century who developed a systematic framework of concepts… …   Universalium

  • Radcliffe-Brown — /ˌrædklɪf ˈbraʊn/ (say .radklif brown) noun Alfred Reginald, 1881–1955, British social anthropologist; noted for study of Australian Aborigines …   Australian English dictionary

  • Radcliffe-Brown, Alfred Reginald — (1881 1955) Radcliffe Brown was one of the most influential of the founding figures of social anthropology , through his teaching in universities in England, North America, South Africa, and Australia. He was less noted for his field studies than …   Dictionary of sociology

  • Radcliffe-Brown, A(lfred) R(eginald) — born Jan. 17, 1881, Birmingham, Warwick, Eng. died Oct. 24, 1955, London British social anthropologist. He taught at the universities of Cape Town, Sydney, Chicago, and Oxford. In his version of functionalism, he viewed the component parts of… …   Universalium

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