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Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique

by Holger Jebens

  • 308 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alternative belief systems,
  • Religious life and customs,
  • Cargo cults,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology of Religion,
  • Sociology,
  • Anthropology - General,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Melanesia,
  • Nativistic movements,
  • Social life and customs

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8161847M
    ISBN 100824828143
    ISBN 109780824828141

    Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, Several pages are devoted to cargo cults in Richard Dawkin's book The God Delusion. A chapter named "Cargo Cult" is in David Attenborough's travel book "Journeys to the past: Travels in New Guinea, Madagascar, and the northern territory of Australia", Penguin Books. Jebens, H. (ed.), Cargo, cult, and culture critique (workshop Aarhus ), pp. Publisher: Honolulu: Univ Hawai'i Press: ISBN: Series: Cargo, cult, and culture critique (workshop Aarhus ) Publication type: Part of book or chapter of book Author: Jaap Timmer.

    Feb 20,  · The cargo cult in UX design relates to applying any aspect of design without having the understanding you really need to make proper use of it. And the problem is that the cargo cult appears to promise a shortcut to something most people find very hard to achieve: critical thinking. Here’s something that works, the cargo cult says. Fishpond Thailand, After the Cult: Perceptions of Other and Self in West New Britain (Papua New Guinea) by HolgerJebensBuy. Books online: After the Cult: Perceptions of Other and Self in West New Britain (Papua New Guinea), , ecole-temps-danse.comd: Berghahn Books.

    Dec 01,  · After the Cultmust take an important place in contemporary debates around cargo cult.” · JRAI “This detailed book uses ethnographic and archival work to create an ethnography that synthesizes research on topics such as cargo cults, reflexivity in fieldwork, cultural objectification and colonialism. This makes After the Cult of interest Author: Holger Jebens. Book review. Cargo Cult. Strange Stories of Desire from Melanesia and Beyond. Oceania, 66 (4): Book review. Cargo Cult. Strange Stories of Desire from Melanesia and Beyond, by Lamont Lindstrom. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 1 (3): Book review. Melanesian Religion by G W Trompf.


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A cargo cult is a belief system among members of a relatively undeveloped society in which adherents practice superstitious rituals hoping to bring modern goods supplied by a more technologically advanced society. These cults, millenarian in nature, were first described in Melanesia in the wake of contact with more technologically advanced Western cultures.

Get this from a library. Cargo, cult, and culture critique. [Holger Jebens;] -- This collection of original essays is based on fieldwork in Melanesia, Fiji, Australia, and Indonesia by scholars who are influential in the contemporary debate on cargo cults.

Nov 01,  · Cargo, Cult and Culture Critique Edited by Holger Jebens Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. Pp: Price: US $25 This collection of papers has been presented at a workshop in Aarhus, Denmark, in Its main Cargo neither deal with millenarian movements alone, nor are they restricted to Melanesian cultures.

Cargo cults have long exerted a remarkable attraction on Cult, and the last decade has seen the publication of much new work on the subject. This collection of original essays is based on fieldwork in Melanesia, Fiji, Australia, and Indonesia by scholars who are influential in the contemporary debate on cargo.

Conceived as a reader. Jebens: Cargo, Cult & Cult Crit CL [Holger Jebens] on ecole-temps-danse.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cargo cults have long exerted a remarkable attraction on Westerners, and the last decade has seen the publication of much new work on the subject.

This collection of original essays is based on fieldwork in MelanesiaFormat: Hardcover. Although most anthropologists have abandoned ‘cargo cult’ as misleading, and even embarrassing (although, see Otto and Tabaniwho defend the label’s merits), the term enjoys a post-ethnographic afterlife and continues to pop up frequently in.

Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique (review) Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique (review) Smith, Michael French the contemporary pacific · () these debates only mark the contours of the ethnohistorical analysis.

Ethnographically, it is interesting that the book has been written in the third person, which makes one wonder whether the author has capitalized on her ethnographic experiences. Get this from a library. Cargo, cult, and culture critique.

[Holger Jebens;] -- Cargo cults have long exerted a remarkable attraction on Westerners, and the last decade has seen the publication of much new work on the subject. This collection of original essays is based on. The critiques advanced or discussed in the volume are of several kinds: critiques of the term "cargo cult"; discussions of the phenomena [End Page ] described as cargo cults as themselves critiques of western or capitalist culture; and the various authors' critiques of each others' positions.

If the latter were aired at the Aarhus conference Cited by: 1. Cargo Cult: Strange Stories of Desire from Melanesia and Beyond (A South Sea Book) [Lamont Lindstrom] on ecole-temps-danse.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Book by Lindstrom, LamontAuthor: Lamont Lindstrom. Description of the book "Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique": Cargo cults have long exerted a remarkable attraction on Westerners, and the last decade has seen the publication of much new work on the subject.

This collection of original essays is based on fieldwork in Melanesia, Fiji, Australia, and Indonesia by scholars who are influential in. Holger Jebens is the author of Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), After the Cult ( avg rating /5.

Cargo cult spread in the s as a new cover term for Melanesian social movements, although it has also labeled ritual political–economic endeavors ecole-temps-danse.com: Lamont Lindstrom. See the most useful Cargo meaning in Urdu along with English definition.

Wordinn Urdu: Cargo in Book Titles. Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique. Cargo of Coffins. White Cargo: The Forgotten History of Britain’s White Slaves in America. Useful Words. Neither Cargo nor Cult: Ritual Politics and the Colonial Imagination in Fiji.

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Riotous Performances: The Struggle for Hegemony in the. Readers and Book Lovers Science Matters The term "cargo cult" seems to have originated in an article written by Norris Bird for the ed., Cargo, Cult and Culture Critique, University of. Cargo cults have long exerted a remarkable attraction on Westerners, and the last decade has seen the publication of much new work on the subject.

This collection of original essays is based on fieldwork in Melanesia, Fiji, Australia, and Indonesia by scholars who are. What Happened to Cargo Cults.

Material Religions in Melanesia and the West. cargo cults, culture critique, economy, exchange, 28 The very notion of the 'cargo cult', in light of the Author: Ton Otto. “Innovation policy as cargo cult: Myth and reality in knowledge-led productivity growth.” In Bessant, J. and T. Venables, (eds).

Creating Wealth from Knowledge. Meeting the innovation challenge. Cargo, Cult and Culture Critique. Ho nolulu, HI: University of Hawaii Press. Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised ecole-temps-danse.com by: Holger Jebens Talking about Cargo Cults in Koimumu (West New Britain Province, Papua New Guinea) Stephen C.

Leavitt From 'Cult' to Religious Conviction The Case for Making Cargo Personal Part IV: Comparison and Critique Douglas M. Dalton Cargo and Cult: The Mimetic Critique of Capitalist Culture. Aug 22,  · Byanthropologist Doug Dalton was calling the cargo cult concept “The Mimetic Critique of Capitalist Culture”.

And why not? Melanesians do not, it turns out, expect to get American-made goods by holding mock military parades. But we do expect to receive Chinese-made goods by bombing Syria.

And that, my honoured readers, is religion.• Jebens, Holger (ed.), Cargo, Cult, and Culture Critique. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, ISBN • Kaplan, Martha.

Neither cargo nor cult: ritual politics and the colonial imagination in Fiji. Durham: Duke University Press, ISBN • Lawrence, Peter. "Cargo Cults" in Mircea Eliade's Encyclopedia of.Apr 07,  · Strawman.

The issue, fundamentally, is that the visualization cargo cult artifacts confuse art and science, which is exactly what happens when there is a claim that a picture of a mountain can bring real insight about stock markets. The post says: “But the point is that the mountaintop images entirely obscure the data.

This is not visualization.