Bracketing

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From the beginning of the article: The concept of “cultural bracketing” can be a tool for describing how diffuse and changeable is the world in which people move – full of possibilities and open to admit new experiences. Words combined with “cultural” otherwise can easily take on a deceptive clarity. But things are often latent, waiting to be put to use; they live an unnoticed life. If things are not clearly arranged in taxonomies and categories, what about people, thoughts, and mental processes?

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Frykman, J., (2005) “Bracketing”, Ethnologia Europaea 35(1), p.47-52. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/ee.977

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  • This article was previously published by Museum Tusculanum Press.

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Jonas Frykman (University of Lund)

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