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Sir John Rankine Goody, FBA (/ˈɡʊdi/; 27 July 1919 – 16 July 2015), known as Jack Goody, was a British social anthropologist. He was a prominent lecturer at Cambridge University, and was William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology from 1973 to 1984. Among his main publications were Death, property and the ancestors (1962), Technology, Tradition, and the State in Africa (1971), The myth of the Bagre (1972) and The domestication of the savage mind (1977).

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  • Sir John Rankine „Jack“ Goody (* 27. Juli 1919 in Hammersmith,(London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham); † 16. Juli 2015 in Cambridge) war ein britischer Ethnologe, Anthropologe und Medientheoretiker.
  • Jack Goody (Londres, 27 de julio de 1919 - 16 de julio de 2015) fue un antropólogo social británico, africanista y, luego, estudioso de muy diversas culturas.
  • John Rankine Goody dit Jack Goody est un anthropologue britannique né le 27 juillet 1919 et mort le 16 juillet 2015 (à 95 ans). Initialement spécialiste de l'Afrique, Jack Goody s'est ensuite intéressé de près à l'histoire de la famille durant le Moyen-Âge européen, devenant une figure de proue du renouveau des études historiques sur la famille européenne, en Angleterre à l'école de démographie historique de Cambridge, mais aussi en France où il a exercé une grande influence au sein de l'anthropologie historique. Ses travaux comparatistes entre l'Eurasie et l'Afrique, et sur les transformations de la parenté en Europe dans le bas Empire romain sous l'influence grandissante de l’Église chrétienne, ont durablement marqué ses disciplines.
  • Sir John Rankine Goody, FBA (/ˈɡʊdi/; 27 July 1919 – 16 July 2015), known as Jack Goody, was a British social anthropologist. He was a prominent lecturer at Cambridge University, and was William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology from 1973 to 1984. Among his main publications were Death, property and the ancestors (1962), Technology, Tradition, and the State in Africa (1971), The myth of the Bagre (1972) and The domestication of the savage mind (1977).
  • Sir John (Jack) Rankine Goody (27 de julho de 1919 – 16 de julho de 2015) foi um cientista social e antropólogo britânico e professor da Universidade de Cambridge, foi eleito membro da Academia Britânica em 1976 e é da Academia Nacional de Ciências dos EUA.
  • Sir John (Jack) Rankine Goody (ur. 27 lipca 1919 - zm. 16 lipca 2015 w Cambridge) – brytyjski antropolog społeczny, związany z Uniwersytetem w Cambridge. Zainteresowany antropologią jako nauką porównawczą poświęcał się studiom nad takimi zjawiskami jak piśmienność, rodzina, pokrewieństwo, a w ostatnim czasie pożywienie i kwiaty. Badania terenowe prowadził w Afryce, jednak to Eurazja, szczególnie Europa, stanowiła jego główny obszar zainteresowań.
  • Сэр Джек Гуди (англ. Sir Jack Goody, собственно англ. John Rankine Goody, 27 июля 1919, Уэлвин-Гарден-Сити, Хартфордшир — 16 июля 2015, Кембридж) — британский антрополог и социолог.
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