Authors

Brendon Swedlow

Document Type

Article

Media Type

Text

Abstract

Many political scientists first learned of anthropologist Mary Douglas's cultural theory (CT) through Aaron Wildavsky's APSA presidential address (Wildavsky 1987), in which he sought to explain the value of this theoretical approach for political science. Since then, much additional work has been done to develop CT as an ambitious general theory of politics.

DOI

10.1017/S1049096511001314

Publication Date

10-1-2011

Department

Department of Political Science

Language

eng

Publisher

Cambridge University Press

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