This handbook draws upon both science and humanism to define and describe anthropological fieldwork methods in practice. It examines historical research methods, surveys, linguistic methods, comparative research, social intervention, and visual anthropology. The book also covers research strategies and designs, ethics, epistemology, and presentation of anthropological results to diverse audiences. This handbook aims to be a reference tool for professionals and advanced students in anthropology and other disciplines using fieldwork.
University of Florida. Received the Boas Award in 2003 for Exemplary Service to Athropology.
Release date NZ
May 30th, 2000
Edited by H. Russell Bernard
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