Omertaa, journal for applied anthropology, Special Issue on Time and Social Change
Omertaa, Journal for Applied Anthropology Special Issue on Time and Change Omertaa, Journal for Applied Anthropology, was launched in January, 2007. It is an international peer reviewed journal, with an academic board, publishing on issues which belong to the broader field of Applied Anthropology and related issues. The offices are located in Leuven (Belgium), which is also the residence of the supporting organization: Expeditions, Research in Applied Anthropology. The third issue of Omertaa, journal for Applied Anthropology is dedicated to the study of people's perception of time during social change. This issue aims to analyze and document the indigenous Time concepts and the undergoing alteration in these concepts as a result of social change, and discussing the theories of time and social change leading to the normative aspects of the phenomena. Submissions from all over the world based on the fieldwork in the communities under transition are invited with indigenous terms and folklore used for the time along with their cultural interpretation. Send your writings to the issue editor Aurang Zeb.
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