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Alexander M. Ervin, University of Saskatchewan
An invaluable resource for any student of anthropology, this practical book answers the question, “What can I do with a degree in Anthropology?” The most up-to-date and accessible text on the subject, Applied Anthropology provides students with the skills, perspectives, and methodologies needed when working in today's communities and organizations. In addition to a focus on method, this book provides students with a solid foundation in the history, activities, and ethical concerns of applied anthropology.
The text stresses decision-making and the need to understand policy through anthropological analysis. Because an anthropologist must communicate effectively with the general “non-anthropological” public, the text employs an accessible, jargon-free writing style. Seventeen case studies plus many “real-world” examples of anthropological practice reinforce the usefulness of anthropology in the real world.
All chapters conclude with “Summary.”
II.POLICY ANALYSIS AND PRACTICE.
III.METHODS FOR APPLIED RESEARCH.
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