Northwest Anthropological Research Notes

Prehistoric Resource Locations [ii=35] Historic Resource Locations In=94J Low 14% Low 16% Medium 26% ^â–¡tfHigh ' / 60% Medium 42% High 42% Fig. 3. Probability distribution of cultural resources, Mountains tar Resort, Kittitas County.

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Resources in Education

( Author / AV ) ED 137 193 SO 009 910 Anthropology and Education Quarterly . Special Issue : Anthropological Resources and Teaching . Council on Anthropology and Education , Washington , D.C. Pub Date Feb 77 Note - 41p .

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Anthropology

these beliefs and medical treatments can enable medical anthropologists to help deliver more effective health care. ... 24.4 Define cultural resource management and discuss the role of archaeologists in the field.

Author: Raymond Scupin

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1544363176

Category: Social Science

Page: 704

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Now with SAGE Publishing! Using state-of-the-art research, Anthropology: A Global Perspective introduces students to the four core subfields of anthropology and applied anthropology. Integrating material from each subfield, this comprehensive text is founded on four essential themes: the diversity of human societies; the similarities that tie all humans together; the interconnections between the sciences and humanities; and a new theme addressing psychological essentialism. Authors Raymond Scupin and Christopher R. DeCorse demonstrate how anthropologists use research techniques and methods to help solve practical problems and show readers how anthropology is relevant to improving human societies.

Anthropological Papers

The Agta could further intensify their traditional sociocultural mechanisms to counter the declining return of their traditional resources. For example, increased camp mobility to exploit the depleting resources could bring a better ...

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Northwest Anthropological Research Notes

MICHAEL S. BURNEY JEFFERY VAN PELT THOMAS BAILOR Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation The Columbia River System Operation Review DEIS for Cultural Resources: Cultural Preservation or "Data" Management?

Author: Roderick Sprague

Publisher: Northwest Anthropology

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Alice Cunningham Fletcher's "Ethnologic Gleanings Among the Nez Perces" - Robert Lee Sappington & Caroline D. Carley "You Toad-Sucking Fool": An Inquiry into the Possible Use of Bufotenine by Northern Northwest Coast Shamans - William Saxe Wihr Abstracts from 48th Annual Northwest Anthropological Conference, Portland Duwamish Tribal Identity and Cultural Survival - Kenneth D. Tollefson

Applied Anthropology

As anthropology has aged , so has the population , and a situation exists for the short- and long - term future that calls for anthropological resources to help meet the needs of an aging society . The future of anthropology depends ...

Author: Satish Kedia

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780275978419

Category: Social Science

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Two pioneers in the field of applied anthropology have compiled a groundbreaking, comprehensive anthology, which provides contributions from key figures of the anthropological world together in a single volume.

Anthropological Filmmaking

Distributor: Documentary Educational Resources, Watertown, Massachusetts. MIAO YEAR (1968). A film by W. Geddes. 62 minutes, color, sound. Distributor: University of California Extension Media Center. THE MURSI (1974).

Author: J.R Rollwagen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134332106

Category: Social Science

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First Published in 1988. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Culture Biology and Anthropological Demography

FAMILY STATUS ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS TREATMENT OF OFFSPRING Expanding resources equal LAND - RICH Contracting resources unequal Expanding resources unequal LAND - POOR Contracting resources equal Figure 4.2 .

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521005418

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Social Change And Applied Anthropology

Anthropological approaches to understanding strategies of natural resource management have developed from a number of theoretical perspectives. The first of these, and the most important, was the field of ecological anthropology, ...

Author: Miriam Chaiken

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000311678

Category: Social Science

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This collection of essays in the honor of David Brokensha focuses on issues which had concerned him throughout his professional career as an anthropologist. He emphasized on combining indigenous perspectives and knowledge in development planning and on sustainable natural resource management.