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Troubles in the field : The use of personal experiences as sources of knowledge.

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Journal publication date1996
JournalCritique of Anthropology
Number of pages21
Original languageEnglish


It's possible, too, that there is no such thing as one clear line or strand of probability, and that we live on a sort of twisted braid, blurring from one to the other without even knowing it, as long as we keep within the limits of a set of variations that really make no difference to us.