systemagazin

Online-Journal für systemische Entwicklungen

Zitat des Tages: Margaret Mead

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“General systems theory has taken its impetus from the excitement of discovering larger and larger contexts, on the one hand, and a kind of microprobing into fine detail within a system, on the other. Both of these activities are intrinsic to anthropology to the extent that field work in living societies has been the basic disciplinary method. It is no revelation to any field-experienced anthropologist that everything is related to everything else, or that whether the entire sociocultural setting can be studied in detail or not, it has to be known in general outline“ (In: Changing styles of anthropological work. Annual Review of Anthropology, 1973 [2], 1–26).

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