By L. Naidoo
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Do not correlate completely, the units delimited by one criterion do not coincide with the units delimited by another" (Moerman, 1965: 1215). He concluded that a person was a Lue “by virtue of believing and calling himself Lue and of acting in ways that validate his Lueness" (Moerman, 1965: 1219). Probably the most influential publication that came out of South east Asian ethnography and which articulated a dynamic perspective on the relationship between group organization and identification on the one hand and cultural content on the other was Edmund Leach’s book ‘Political Systems of Highland Burma’.
The narrow conception of business professionalism we had came up also in our notes regarding the care sector entrepreneurs and their expertise. An episode in which Susan describes the business activities of ‘two middle-aged women’ who run a home for the elderly is Ethnographic Field Notes and Reflexivity 19 illustrative. ’ Highlighting the professional skills of these women and making visible the unexpected nature of such observations reveals an underlying assumption about the unprofessional nature of their field of business, the care work.
This region is mainly a Baggara controlled area. Survey data showed that better health and veterinary services had led to growth in human and animal populations. These changes increased competition for pasture, primarily among different Baggara tribes.
An Ethnography of Global Landscapes and Corridors by L. Naidoo