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Explorations in Sights and Sounds
Ethnographic studies have long been plagued by questions of credibility. Can the ethnographer believe his or her sources? And, in turn, can readers believe the ethnographer? Ronald Frey knows full well that such issues of "believability" plague anyone attempting to understand a culture's otherness from the outside. He is determined to explain general historical, religious, and cultural aspects of "the world of the Crow Indians" from as close to the inside as he possibly can tell them.
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