For the better part of this week, I have been reading posts from many of the groups and discussions that attract my interests and have found many of the forums interesting and exciting. It is against this background that I would like to begin a discussion hoping to read some insightful representations, criticisms and analysis from other members on the work of Geertz, their opinions on his concepts and their ideas about his contributions to anthropology.

I would like, therefore, to propose the following question for discussion: Is Interpretative Anthropology still a valid approach to cultural analysis? And, does the semiotic nature of interpretative anthropology have implications for other social sciences?

Thanks for your comments.

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