An Anthropologist In The House Of Lords

Social anthropologist Dr Emma Crewe spent three years studying the cultural practices of a unique group of individuals. The subject of her research was not some remote and far flung tribe - but Peers in the House of Lords.

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20060927Social anthropologist Dr Emma Crewe spent three years studying the cultural practices of a unique group of individuals. The subject of her research was not some remote and far flung tribe - but Peers in the House of Lords.

2/2. Dr Crewe unravels the crucial and sometimes hidden role of the 'usual channels' in the political process.

Then News.

20060920Social anthropologist Dr Emma Crewe spent three years studying the cultural practices of a unique group of individuals. The subject of her research was not some remote and far flung tribe - but Peers in the House of Lords.

1/2. Dr Crewe introduces us to the natives and reveals how ritual is central to the political process of the second chamber.

Then News.

012006091720060920Dr Crewe introduces us to the natives and reveals how ritual is central to the political process of the second chamber.
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