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Title

Problems, functions and conditions of archaeological knowledge

AuthorsCriado-Boado, Felipe
KeywordsLaboratorio de Arqueología del Paisaje
Laboratory of Landscape Archaeology
archaeology record
Cultural Heritage
hermeneutics
interpretation
postpositivism
poststructuralims
social archaeology
theoretical archaeology
LaPa
Issue Date2001
PublisherSage Publications
CitationJournal of Social Archaeology Vol. 1 (1) pp. 126-146 Lugar: London, Thousand, Oaks, CA and New Delhi.
Abstract[EN] This article deals with some of the critical issues and problems facing archaeological theory and practice in a postpositivist world. It tries to explore a third way between objectivist and subjectivist methodological alternatives. In particular reviewing the concept and practice of interpretation as being the only way of obtaining understanding from archaeological record. Avoinging neo-empirical reactions as much as individualistic or hypersubjectivist standpoints, this article highlights the possibility (and problems) of interpretation as a positive pracrice, exploring a methodology that could allow archaeology to construct an intersubjective understanding of material meaning.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/6840
ISSN1469-6053
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