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Title: Anthropology of Everydayness Cultural Theory and Social Practice Presentation of Dr. Lolita Nikolova complimented by a talk of Danielle Lin and poster-exhibit of students from SLCC and UU March 11, 2005, Stewart Bldg, Room 214, 1:00 PM


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Anthropology of EverydaynessCultural Theory and
Social PracticePresentation of Dr. Lolita
Nikolova complimented by a talk of Danielle Lin
and poster-exhibit of students from SLCC and
UUMarch 11, 2005, Stewart Bldg, Room 214, 100
PM
ANTHRO CLUB, Department of Anthropology,
University of Utah, and Humanities Department,
Salt Lake Community College, Salt Lake City, Utah
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The Theory of Everydayness and Education
  • The poster-exhibit of students from SLCC and UU
  • Why do we need traditions?

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Anthropology of everydayness and prehistoric
research
  • The meaning of the settlement burials in the
    Neolithic
  • The emergence of the earliest cemeteries in
    Anatolia and in the Balkans.
  • The role of the signs in the Vinca culture in the
    Balkans

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Tradition and Everydayness
  • Tradition and everydayness
  • Tradition and events
  • Everydayness vs. event
  • The traditions connect generations, stabilize us
    socially and psychologically and they are one of
    the best cultural tools for personal satisfaction

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The Theory of the Everydayness and the Hot Topics
of the Contemporary Anthropology
  • What is the specific of the anthropology as a
    science?
  • How does anthropology of everydayness relate to
    the other schools of anthropological research?
  • Complementary theories and methodologies
  • Anthropology of everydayness is not only
    anthropography but also attempts to deconstruct
    the visible and the invisible elements of the
    everydayness in order to characterize the nature
    of the culture change and the evolution of the
    human society and human interactions.

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  • The Anthropology of everydayness is a call for
    characterizing culture changes as interrelated
    interactions and comparative analysis of the
    different hierarchical social subsystems within
    the everydayness that in many cases have been
    accepted for granted while in fact consist of
    hidden characteristics that can be revealed by
    research in depth at different hierarchical
    levels.

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Structural and functional comparative analysis
  • Individual
  • Couples
  • Microsocial group
  • Mezosocial group
  • Macrosocial groups
  • Super-macrosocial group

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  • Everydayness as a cultural theory employs the
    principals of deconstructing the everydayness as
    a interactive culture system with different
    degrees of complexity

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  • In the past many of the anthropological problems
    of the social groups related to the leading
    ideologies in the socialistic and capitalistic
    countries. Today we have recognized that the
    problems are in the very nature of the democracy,
    which is very delicate as a structure and allow
    even whole social groups to practice abnormal
    internal and/or external behavior within the most
    democratic social structures.

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Perspectives of research of the everydayness as
an anthropological problem
  • Everydayness and diversity of the culture
  • Integration, globalization and individualization
  • Power
  • Quality
  • Morality
  • Everydayness, humanities and cultural
    reproduction
  • Children
  • Disable people
  • Elderly

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  • Many people in the world live their lives today
    just waiting something to happen tomorrow. And
    usually it never happens. So, anthropology of
    everydayness is also a philosophy, philosophy to
    find the meaning and to enjoy the every moment of
    our life and to practice humanity.
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