Sur les traces de Gregory Bateson et Margaret Mead : essai de reconstitution d'une chaîne mimétique à partir de Balinese Character

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URI http://hdl.handle.net/2042/14953
DOI https://doi.org/10.4267/2042/14953
Title Sur les traces de Gregory Bateson et Margaret Mead : essai de reconstitution d'une chaîne mimétique à partir de Balinese Character
Author WINKIN, Y.
Description Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead spent many months in Bayunggede, in Northern Bali between 1936 and 1939. When Yves Winkin visited the village in 1996, several old monks spoke to him of « Gared Mid ». By following the creation of the island in its own image which directs the author s experience, this article explores the relationship between the place and text and photography. The « mimetic chains » which produce relationships between anthropological knowledge of Bali and texts like Bateson and Mead's Balinese Character are explored. The idea of developing the study of « social mimesis » is thus put into practice and critiqued with reference to Goffman.
Publisher CNRS Editions, Paris (FRA)
Date 1998

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