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The Socio-anthropologie journal tackles the different forms of social dismantlement and re-composition, which have characterised the turn of the millennium. Social anthropology lies at the intersection between two disciplines that are at the heart of current debates. The perspectives and results that it offers enable us to better grasp the contemporary world in its continuities and transformations. Each issue is built up around three elements: classical texts, methodological reflections, and studies into contemporary representations and practices.

Latest issue
34 | 2016

Edited by Marc Berdet and Gérard Dubey


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