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Explores how anthropologists manage issues of identity and sexuality in field research and professional life. In an era when the fieldworker's positionality is critical to research and ethnographic writing
Reflections on the Process of Field Research & Research Ethics
Prominent archaeologists consider the effects of & the alternatives to the standard four-field structure of their discipline, which is based on the integration of archaeology & biological, socio-cultural, & linguistic anthropology.
"...presents a lively introduction to the ways in which anthropology's unique research methods and cutting edge thinking contribute to a very wide range of activities: environmental issues, aid and development, advocacy, human rights, social policy, the creative arts, museums, health, education, crime, communications technology, design, marketing, and business."
"The twenty-nine poignant fieldwork tales collected here reveal much about what anthropology can teach about others as well as ourselves, the spirit of the ethnographic enterprise, and issues of crosscultural humanity and humaneness."