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AN HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF MASSOBSERVATION
MassObservation and Anthropology
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academic activities Angus Calder anthropology asked audience Bloome Britain Chapter Charles Madge contemporary context create cultural David Bloome David Pocock define described dialogues diary discipline discuss Dorothy Sheridan ethnography everyday example experience feel Firth friends Geoffrey Pyke going Harrisson Humphrey Jennings Humphrey Spender husband interested interview involved issues kind knowledge letters literacy practices lives London Madge Malinowski Mass Mass-Observation Archive Mass-Observation correspondents Mass-Observation Project Mass-Observation writing Mass-Observation's material mean Nuffield Foundation Observation correspondents Observation Project ordinary organisation panel paper particular people's personhood political questions reading and writing record relationship reports response sense Social Anthropology social institutions social positions society sort space Street symbolic capital there's things thought University of Sussex women writing and literacy writing for M-O writing practices written language wrote