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Food, Health and Jobs

February 12, 1983 encourage the appearance of others of the same genre" (p 6). There is a grave danger for the development of sociology and social anthropology in geuneral and for the method of participant observation in particular, if books of this kind are to pass off as serious research monographs under the stamp of one of the greatest social anthropologists of the world. In fact, students of research should emulate Evans-Pritchard who is known for his systematic fieldwork, rich ethnography and theorising.

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