|Location:||Trobriand Islands, Papua New Guinea|
|Series:||Strangers Abroad: Pioneers of Social Anthropology|
|Director:||Bruce Dakowski; Peter Riviere|
|Producer:||André Singer; Central Independent Television|
|Distributor:||Films for the Humanities & Sciences; IWF W 7031|
|Library Code:||UHM AV/C VIDEOTAPE 4402|
|Description:||Bronislaw Malinowski (1884-1942) changed the way anthropological field studies were carried out. He worked on a remote group of Pacific islands and lived for long periods among the people he was studying. A brilliant linguist, he learned their language. Malinowski's insight into these people's mastery of their world permanently altered westerners' views of them.|
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