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Centralizing fieldwork : critical perspectives from primatology, biological, and social anthropology / edited by Jeremy MacClancy and Agustín Fuentes
New York : Berghahn Books, 2010
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 3rd Floor  GN50.8 .C46 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Physical anthropology -- Fieldwork
Primates -- Fieldwork
Ethnology -- Fieldwork
Physical Description viii, 298 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Centralizing fieldwork / Jeremy MacClancy and Agustín Fuentes -- The dos and don'ts of fieldwork / Geoffrey A. Harrison -- The anthropologist as a primatologist : mental journeys of a fieldworker / Volker Sommer -- Primate fieldwork and its human contexts in southern Madagascar / Robert W. Sussman -- Problem animals or problem people? : ethics, politics and practice or conflict between community perspectives and fieldwork on conservation / Phyllis C. Lee -- Ecological anthropology and primatology : fieldwork practices and mutual benefits / Juichi Yamagiwa -- Lost in translation : field primatology, culture, and interdisciplinary approaches / Nobuyuki Kutsukake -- Measuring meaning and understanding in primatological and biological anthropology fieldwork : context and practice / Agustín Fuentes -- Fieldwork as research process and community engagement / Mark Eggerman and Catherine Panter-Brick -- Framing the quantitative within the qualitative : why biological anthropologists do fieldwork / Lyliane Rosetta -- Considerations on field methods used to assess non-human primate feeding behaviours and human food intake in terms of nutritional requirements / Claude Marcel Hladik -- Anthropobiological surveys in the field : a reflection on the bioethics of human medical and DNA surveys / Alain Froment -- Field schools in Central America : playing a pivotal role in the formation of modern field primatologists / Katherine C. MacKinnon -- The narrator's stance : story-telling and science at Berenty Reserve / Alison Jolly -- Natural homes : primate fieldwork and the anthropological method / Pamela J. Asquith -- Popularizing fieldwork : examples from primatology and biological anthropology / Jeremy MacClancy
Series Studies of the Biosocial Society ; v. 4
Alternate Author MacClancy, Jeremy
Fuentes, Agustin

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