5 edition of Anthropologists at Home in North America found in the catalog.
Anthropologists at Home in North America
December 31, 1981
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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The issue of practising anthropology in one's Anthropologists at Home in North America book society is the focus of this volume of seventeen essays, originally published in The contributions, written by US and Canadian anthropologists, deal with methods, theories and styles of doing research in North America, and reflect a fresh awakening in the by: Anthropologists at home in North America: methods and issues in the study of one's own society.
[Donald A Messerschmidt;] -- The issue of practising anthropology in one's own society is the focus of this volume of seventeen essays, originally published in The contributions, written by US and Canadian anthropologists.
The peer-reviewed Journal for the Anthropology of North America (JANA) has launched in the spring of The inaugural issue features research articles, a book review, and two new sections: Come to Terms and Snapshot. Read more about the Journal for Anthropology of North America by clicking on the tab at the left side of the website.
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