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Volumes 27-30 and 33-35 are available only as full issues at this time. The table of contents is listed below each issue39

Vol. 33, No. 2 (2013)

Andrea Akers and Peter Van Arsdale - 1

FEATURED ARTCLES
Stephen Omer Stewart - 2

Anne M. Galvin - 15

Kristina Hook - 20

COMMENTARIES
Kathleen Pickering Sherman, Andrea Akers, Ashley Cobb, Heather Lausch, Michael Brydge, Patrick Dorion, and Mark St. Pierre - 27

David J. Rozen - 37



 2011


Peter Van Arsdale and Andrea Akers - 1

SPECIAL SECTION: In Memorium, Gottfried O. "Friedl" Lang
Carla Littlefield - 2

Colby Hatfield - 8

Peter Van Arsdale - 17

Kenneth Keller - 25

FEATURED ARTICLES
Jessica Blanchard - 29

Lawrence Van Horn - 37

Cheri Baker - 42

RESEARCH REPORTS


Peter Van Arsdale and Andrea Akers - 1

SPECIAL SECTION: TOURISM, ANTHROPOLOGY, AND QUALITY OF LIFE 

Helle Sorensen - 7

Enrique Maestas - 15

Julie Reyes - 23
COMMENTARIES
Adalric Hilliard Tuten - 37

Mark St. Pierre - 42

INTEGRATED BOOK REVIEW SET
Edited by Lawrence Van Horn, based on the work of Jacilee Wray and associates - 49-63
Reviews by:
Richard V. Badalamente - 49
George S. Esber - 50
Darby C. Stapp - 52
Frederick F. York - 55
Response from Jacilee Wray et al. - 62



 2010

Table of Contents

Peter Van Arsdale and Andrea Akers - 1

LEAD ARTICLES 

Howard F. Stein - 10

Mark Harvey - 19

Arthur Scarritt - 27

FIELD RESEARCH REPORTS AND COMMENTARIES
Riall W. Nolan - 34

Julie A. Reyes - 39

INTEGRATED BOOK REVIEW SET
Walter Littlemoon with Jane Ridgway - 47
Reviews by:
Lawrence F. Van Horn - 47
Kathleen A. Sherman - 48
Kreg T. Ettenger - 49
Response from Jane Ridgway and Walter Littlemoon - 52


2009

Table of Contents

Editor’s Notes, Jean N. Scandlyn - 3

ARTICLES

Native American Consolation: Bureau of Ethnic Research and Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology Models, A Comparative Study, Kathleen Van Vlack - 33

Genocide, Ethnocide, and Ethnic Cleansing, Preface and General Introduction, Peter Van Arsdale - 46
Genocide, Ethnocide, and Ethnic Cleansing: An Exploratory Review, Peter Van Arsdale, Mellissa Jessen, Nicole Hawthorne, Kellie Ramirez, and Cathy Smith - 47

COMMENTARIES: On Genocide, Ethnocide, and Ethnic Cleansing: An Exploratory Review



2008


Table of Contents

ARTICLES






Body Mass Image (BMImage): Attractiveness Ideals, Obesity, and Implications for Weight- Control, David L. Kozak, Susan Kraus, Mary Lomayma, Joy Seumptewa, Carol Massengill - 105

BOOK REVIEWS
Reviewed by Darby C. Stapp - 115; Reviewed by Richard V. Badalamente - 119; Reviewed by Satish K. Kedia - 124; Reviewed by Pennie L. Magee - 126; Counterpointed by Howard F. Stein - 129

Reviewed by Jeri DeYoung - 131; Reviewed by Gabrielle Jones - 133; Reviewed by Stephanie Matlock-Cooley and Kimberly Spurr - 135; Counterpointed by Linda L. Klepinger - 137

Reviewed by L. Charles Pettit - 138; Reviewed by Edward M. Chamberlin - 140; Counterpointed by James J. Hester - 142

COMMENTARIES



Table of Contents
Jean N. Scandlyn, Guest Editor
Editor’s Notes, Jean N. Scandlyn - 151

ARTICLES





COMMENTARIES


2007


Table of Contents

ARTICLES

BOOK REVIEWS
Introduced by Lawrence F. Van Horn - 155; Reviewed by Nancy J. Turner - 156; Reviewed by David E. Ruppert - 163; Counterpointed by M. Kat Anderson - 170

Reviewed by Darby C. Stapp - 172Reviewed by James J. Hester, Philip M. Hobler, and Inge Dahm -175; Reviewed by Yoshiko “Miko” Yamamoto. . 178; Counterpointed by Jennifer Kramer - 181

Introduced by Lawrence F. Van Horn - 184Reviewed by Thomas F. King - 186; Reviewed by Darby C. Stapp - 189; Counterpointed by Matt Edgeworth - 192

Reviewed by Emilia Gonzalez-Clements - 196Reviewed by Edward C. Knop - 198; Reviewed by Peter W. Van Arsdale - 200; Counterpointed by Satish Kedia and John van Willigen - 204

COMMENTARIES


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Spring 2006 No. 1, Vol. 26 

Featured Articles

Aprons and Their Symbolic Ambiguity By: John Beatty 

La Mexicana:The Corner Grocer as a Transnational Space in Illinois

 By: Margaret Villanueva

Protecting Places Important to American Indians By: Darby Stapp and Ellen Kennedy

Neoliberalism, Heritage Cons., and the Resulting Disposs. of Machu Picchu By: Pellegrino Luciano

Ethical Choices in Public Health Policy and Practice By: Sue Gena Lurie

An Acceptable Approach to Long Term Nuclear Waste Management By: Elizabeth Dowdeswell

Results from Public Workshops on Bioremediation By: Amy Wolfe and David Bjornstad

Commentaries

On Bullshit By: Harry Frankfurt, Three Book Review Essays

Can Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians be Reconciled By Cara Paddle

Enhancing Ecologically Responsible Development in Ethcopia Peter Van Arsdale and M. Wray Witten

Fall 2006, No. 2, Vol. 26

Featured Articles

Power, Praxis and the Social Work of Anthropology By: Barbara Johnston

Spirituality in a Medical Rehabilitation Hospital In Urban Midwest of US By: Diane Pawlowski

A Case Study of the Webs of Relationships in an Organizational Consultation By: Howard Stein

Animals and the US National Register of Historic Places By: Thomas King

Social Suffering and Social Healing in Bosnia By: Laure Almairac and Peter Van Arsdale

Peddling Paradise, Rebuilding Serendib By: Nandini Gunewardena

"Between a Rock and a Hard Place" By David Kozak

A Generalist's Approach to Applied Anthropology By Lenora Bohren

Book Reviews

Three Book Reviews By Frances Quintana, Afterword by Richaed Clemmer



Volumes 17-25 are available only as pdf files for individual articles. Electronic versions of earlier issues are not available at this time. For back issues of volumes 1-16, please contact the journal Editor.

No. Vol. Year

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 Title

 Authors

 


   
Fall 2006, No. 2, Vol. 26      

Spring-Fall 2005


   

No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005

pp 13 – 22

From Theory to Practice: Anthropology in Business Education

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Robert Guang Tian

No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005

pp 44 – 49

An Assessment of the Tourism Industry in Huanchaco, Peru: Current Impacts and Future Potential for Tourism Development

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Tracy McNulty


 No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005 pp. 60-83    Tribal Cultural Resource Management: The Full Circle to Stewardship

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Darby C Stapp and
Michael S. Burney

No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005

pp 85 – 87

Language, Politics, and Social Interaction in an Inuit Community By Donna Patrick: Introduction

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Lawrence F. Van Horn

No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005

pp 88 – 90

Language, Politics, and Social Interaction in an Inuit Community By Donna Patrick: Review

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Michael A. Downs

No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005

pp 91 – 93

Language, Politics, and Social Interaction in an Inuit Community By Donna Patrick: Review

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Ellen M. Schnepel

No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005

Pp 94 – 96

Language, Politics, and Social Interaction in an Inuit Community By Donna Patrick: Reviews Counterpointed

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Donna Patrick

No. 1, Vol. 25, Spring, 2005

pp 106-107

The Business End of Anthropology: A Student’s Exploration of a Culture of Commerce

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Shannon Gray

Spring-Fall 2004

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No. 1, Vol. 24, Spring, 2004

pp 11 – 20

An Ethnographic History of an Illness in a Hasidic Jewish Community

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David J. Rozen

No. 1, Vol. 24, Spring, 2004

pp 21 – 26

Grief and Advocacy: An Applied Anthropologist’s Role in Massive Organizational Change

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Howard F. Stein

No. 1, Vol. 24, Spring, 2004

pp 27 – 40

Understanding Cultural Factors in Food Consumption: An Experiential Case Study of Consumers at an Ethnic Restaurant

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Jennifer DeJesus and Robert Guang Tian

No. 1, Vol. 24, Spring, 2004

pp 41 – 49

Leave No Indian Child Behind: A Study of “Culturally Appropriate” Social Services and the American Indian Community in Denver, Colorado

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Dana EchoHawk

No. 1, Vol. 24, Spring, 2004

pp 50 - 63

Final Evaluation for a Youth Programs Diversity Mural Workshop with High School Youth

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Angela Forcier

No. 1, Vol 24, Spring, 2004

pp 77 – 92

A “New Relationship” Between Anthropologists and the Crees of Québec Part One: The Challenge

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Kreg Ettenger

No. 2, Vol 24, Fall, 2004

pp 103 – 104

Howard F. Stein’s Introduction of Ed Knop, Recipient of the 2004 Omer C. Stewart Memorial Award

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Howard F. Stein

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 114-128

An Exploratory Study of Young African-American Fathers in Lincoln, Nebraska The Gottfried and Martha Lang Student Prize Paper

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Christina J. Dorsey

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 144 – 157

Cultural Rights and Uyghur Nationalism

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Robert Guang Tian

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 158 – 173

Amputation as a Strategy of Terror in Sierra Leone

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Kate Fogelberg and Alexandra Thalmann

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 174 – 184

Amish Medicinal Beliefs, Practices, and Practitioners: Medical Hegemony and its Role in Amish Medical Decision-Making

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Laura Ballou

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 185 – 191

Fieldwork in the Sugar Beet Fields of Northern Colorado

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Barbara Hawthorne

No. 24, Vol. 2, Fall, 2004

pp 193 – 194

Four Books by Thomas F. King: A Joint Review: Introduction

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Lawrence F. Van Horn

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 195 – 197

Cultural Resource Laws and Practice: An Introductory Guide By Thomas F. King: Review

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Eric C. Petersen

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 198 - 201

Federal Planning and Historic Places: The Section 106 Process By Thomas F. King: Review

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Darby C. Stapp

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 211 – 212

Four Books by Thomas F. King: A Joint Review Reviews Counterpointed

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Thomas F. King

No. 2, Vol. 24, Fall, 2004

pp 214 – 217

Altered Bodies, Altered Minds: A Jail Meditation Program

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Frances Dahlberg

Spring-Fall 2003

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No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

pp 1 – 16

An Anthropological Perspective on Magistrate Jelderks’ Kennewick Man Decision

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Peter Jones and Darby Stapp

No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

pp 17- 33

Governing the Low-Income Self in Colorado’s Front Range

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James A. Schechter

No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

pp 80 – 88

Facing the Future of the Field: Northern Arizona University’s Graduate Program in Applied Anthropology

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Emily Brelsford, Lyle Balenquah, Diane Bushley, Brendon Clark, Marissa Dominguez-Karchut, Amanda Johnson, and Tracy Meerwarth

No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

pp 94 – 95

Information Science in Tertiary Institutions: Excerpts from a Teaching Career

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Brian Mhango

No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

pp 98 – 100

Education Initiative for Environment and Sustainable Development

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Michael J. Scoullos

No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

pp 102 – 103

International Cultural Marketing: A Concept Paper

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Gordon Bronitsky

No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

Pg 105

More Important Rs

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Cetan Wanbli Williams

No. 1, Vol. 23, Spring, 2003

pp 107 – 108

Chinese-Canadians, Canadian-Chinese: Coping and Adapting in North America, by Robert Guang Tian: Review

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Dru C. Gladney

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 112 - 124

Biomedicine, Religion, and Ethnicity: Healing in a Hasidic Jewish Community

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David J. Rozen

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 126 - 129

Latino Muslims in the United States: An Introduction The Gottfried and Martha Lang Student Prize Paper

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Abbas Barzegar

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 147 – 163

Affordable Housing for the Latino Community in Summit County, Colorado.  Student Presentations from Deward Walker’s Applied Anthropology Class (ANTH 4510/5510)

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Erin Underwood

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 167 – 168

Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies. Volume Five, Concept of Tribal Society Edited by Georg Pfeffer and Deepak Kumar Behera: Introduction

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Lawrence F. Van Horn

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 169 – 171

Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies. Volume Five, Concept of Tribal Society Edited by Georg Pfeffer and Deepak Kumar Behera: Review

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Richard W. Stoffle

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 172 – 174

Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies. Volume Five, Concept of Tribal Society Edited by Georg Pfeffer and Deepak Kumar Behera: Review

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David Ruppert

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 175 – 177

Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies. Volume Five, Concept of Tribal Society Edited by Georg Pfeffer and Deepak Kumar Behera: Review

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Peter W. Van Arsdale

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 178 - 179

Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies. Volume Five, Concept of Tribal Society Edited by Georg Pfeffer and Deepak Kumar Behera: Counterpoint

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Georg Pfeffer and Deepak Kumar Behera

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 182 - 195

Building a Sustainable Enterprise: Engaging Debates and Debating Engagement

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P.J. Puntenney

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

pp 196 – 206

Anthropologists and Effective Resource Management

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Lenora Bohren

No. 2, Vol. 23, Fall, 2003

p 213

Bike Lust: Harleys, Women, and American Society by Barbara Joans: Review

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Lawrence F. Van Horn

Spring-Fall 2002

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No. 1, Vol. 22, Spring, 2002

pp 5 – 19

Socioeconomic Growth, Culture Scale, and Household Well-Being: A Test of the Power-Elite Hypothesis

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John H. Bodley

No. 1, Vol. 22, Spring, 2002

pp 20 -25

Going, Going, Gone: Selling Out the Homeowners

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Susan Hamilton

No. 1, Vol. 22, Spring, 2002

pp 39 – 57

Fieldwork in Ecuador in the Time of “Cholera:” Contagion in National Disasters

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Donna Dwiggins

No. 1, Vol. 22, Spring, 2002

pp 58 – 67

Geographies of Power and Participatory Planning: Community Case Studies from Ecuador and the U.S.

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Laurie J. Price and Fernando Moreno Arteaga

No. 1, Vol. 22, Spring, 2002

pp 68- 74

Challenges to the Grassroots: The Use of Strategic Planning by Southern Progressives for Economic Development and Power Relations in the Lower Mississippi Delta

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Stanley E. Hyland

No. 1, Vol. 22, Spring, 2002

pp 75 – 90

Environmental Injustice as Manifested in the Building of Incinerators within the State of New Jersey

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Dana K. Natale

No. 1, Vol. 22, Spring, 2002

pp 100 – 115

Culture, Geography, and the Anthropology of Work: Textual Understandings of Equilibrio and Solidaridad in the Mondragon (Basque) Cooperatives

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Mary Abascal-Hildebrand

No. 2, Vol. 22, Fall, 2002

pp 119 – 124

Awareness, Action, Advocacy: Mobilizing a Paradigm, Tackling an Issue, Making a Difference The Omer C. Stewart Memorial Award of 2002

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Peter W. Van Arsdale

No. 2, Vol. 22, Fall, 2002

pp 148 – 156

Composition in the Age of the Dot-Com: How One Virtual Community Served as a Collaborative Learning Group in Response to the Events of September 11, 2001-The Gottfried and Martha Lang Student Prize Paper

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Rebekah Bennetch

No. 2, Vol. 22, Fall, 2002

pp 163 – 172

Gender and Reference Groups in Food Consumption Patterns Formatting: A Case Study in the Erskine College Cafeteria

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Robert Guang Tian, Tami Boyce, Pamela Henry, and Pratik Shrivastava

No. 2, Vol. 22, Fall 2002


No. 2, Vol. 22, Fall, 2002

pp 172 - 193



pp 194 – 199

The Concept of "Power" in Numic and Yuman Epistemology

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Making Environmental Justice Whole

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Richard Stoffle and Maria Nieves Zedeno



Ernest Atencio

Spring-Fall 2001

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No. 1, Vol. 21, Spring, 2001

pp 1 – 24

The Left Out and The Forgotten: Notes on the Etics and Emics of Disasters

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Howard F. Stein

No. 1, Vol. 21, Spring, 2001

pp 40 – 52

Bodily Memory and the Politics of Remembrance: The Aftermath of Goiânia Radiological Disaster

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Telma Camargo Da Silva

No. 1, Vol. 21, Spring, 2001

pp 53 – 61

Men Facing Earthquakes: The Example of Rognes (Bouches-du-Rhône, France)

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Cécile Quesada

No. 1, Vol. 21, Spring, 2001

pp 94 - 97

Indigenous Healing of War-Affected Children in Africa

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Edward C. Green and Alcinda Honwana

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall, 2001

pp 124 – 135

Booker T. Washington National Monument: An Assessment and Alternative Interpretation

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Willie L. Baber

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall, 2001

pp 136 – 146

Educational Performance in Ecuador’s Chota Valley: The Specter of Institutional Racism

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Kevin E. Lucas

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall, 2001

pp 147 – 156

Impoverishment Risks and Reconstruction of Kali Gandaki Dam, Nepal

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Nogendra Sapkota

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall, 2001

pp 157 – 165

Anthropological Approach to Consumer Science: A Practical Teaching Case Study

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Robert Guang Tian

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall, 2001

pp 166 – 175

A Method for Tracking Severely Emotionally Disturbed Children and Adolescents Through a State Mental Health System

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Michael H. Moynihan, Peter W. Van Arsdale, George Kerin, Eric Curton, and William Madura

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall, 2001

pp 176 – 181

American Indian Dance: Steps to Cultural Preservation

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Barbara A. Hughes

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall 2001

pp 182 – 194

Contamination Nation

<abstract>  <pdf>

Kurt T. Mantonya

No. 2, Vol. 21, Fall, 2001

pp 196 – 198

Driving Culture Underground: Tourism and the Market Economy

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Steve Butts

Spring-Fall 2000

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No. 1, Vol. 20, Spring, 2000

pp 1 – 5

Insularity versus Partnership: Linking the Economics and the Sociology of Involuntary Resettlement

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Michael M. Cernea

No. 1, Vol. 20, Spring, 2000

pp 6 – 23

Culture and Identity in Family Medicine: From Counter-Culture to Brave New World

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Howard F. Stein

No. 1, Vol. 20, Spring, 2000

pp 24 – 38

Empowerment Evaluation: The Pursuit of Quality

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David Fetterman

No. 1, Vol. 20, Spring, 2000

pp 53 – 66

“Cowboys” and Conservation: The Influence of Private Landowners on the Success of Conservation Partnerships in the Western United States

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Rebecca S. Toupal

No. 1, Vol. 20, Spring, 2000

pp 67 – 71

Anthropology, Tribes, and the Transformation of American Anthropology: A Few Observations

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Deward E. Walker, Jr. and Peter N. Jones

No. 1, Vol. 20, Spring, 2000

pp 101 – 102

Education: A Necessary Investment for the Future of Bosnia-Herzegovina

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Erna Susic

No. 2, Vol. 20, Fall, 2000

pp 109 - 114

HPSfAA: Celebrating 20 Years. The Omer C. Stewart Memorial Award

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Carla N. Littlefield

No. 2, Vol. 20, Fall, 2000

pp 153 – 166

Anthropological Theory and Fieldwork: Problem Solving Tools for Forced Migration Issues

<abstract>  <pdf>

Jim Schechter

No. 2, Vol. 20, Fall, 2000

pp 168 – 178

A Short Sweep of the Global Situation: Environmental Crisis and the Place of Anthropology

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Kitty K. Corbett

No. 2, Vol. 20, Fall, 2000

pp 179 – 184

Living Deliberately into the 21st Century: Messenger, Witness, and Connector

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Kate H. Brown

No. 2, Vol. 20, Fall, 2000

pp 193 – 195

A Subversive Synthesis of Traditional Land-Based Wisdom and Ecology Book Review and Commentary

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Ernest Atencio

Spring-Fall 1999

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No. 1, Vol. 19, Spring, 1999

pp 1 – 9

Formalizing or Marginalizing the Immigrants' Shadow Economy: NGOs and Local Authorities as Intercultural Intermediaries Between Senegalese Tradesmen and Their Spanish Customers in Two Andalusian Towns

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Gunther Dietz and Mari Paz Peña García

No. 1, Vol. 19, Spring, 1999

pp 10 – 20

Countertransference and Understanding Workplace Cataclysm: Intersubjective Knowing and Cultural Knowledge in Interdisciplinary Applied Anthropology

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Howard F. Stein

No. 1, Vol. 19, Spring, 1999

pp 34 – 46

Cultural Encounters of the Controversial Kind

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Heath A. Fire

No. 1, Vol. 19, Spring, 1999

pp 47 – 52

Art Facilitating Contact: Discourse on Museums and Cultural Tourism

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Tilly Laskey

No. 1, Vol. 19, Spring, 1999

pp 54 – 61

A Prophet Without Honor: The Buffering Role of a Practitioner in Applied Anthropology

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Susan Scott

No. 1, Vol. 19, Spring, 1999

pp 72 – 92

Applied Teaching and Community-Based Fieldwork for Undergraduates. Mentor, Model, and Community Chief: An Impassioned Plea for Useful Educational Experiences

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Bill Roberts

No. 1, Vol. 19, Spring, 1999

pp 83 – 92

Applied Anthropology Internships: How to Create the Ideal Experience

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Andy Bessler, Suzanne DeRosa, Anne Hagele, Eirian Humphreys, Vernelda Grant, Travis Levy, Arturo Márquez-Alameda, Marilee Miller, Heather Nawrocki, Jenean Merkel Perelstein, Gilbert M. Ramos Edited by Elena M. Rizzo and Karla D. Wagner

No. 2, Vol. 19, Fall, 1999

pp 133 – 144

Expansion of Community Modeling: A Case Study in Park Hill, Denver, Colorado

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Andrew Kirwin

No. 2, Vol. 19, Fall, 1999

pp 158 – 167

Leisure and the Quality of Working Life in an Academic Health Center

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Sue Gena Lurie

No. 2, Vol. 19, Fall, 1999

pp 168 – 178

Learning from the Inside Out: A Prairie Quilt for Applied Anthropology

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Howard F. Stein

No. 2, Vol. 19, Fall, 1999

pp 194 – 196

Chiapas, and the Meaning of Commitment

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Rogelio Garcia Contreras

No. 2, Vol. 19, Fall, 1999

pp 199 - 201

Hallowing the Ordinary. An Acceptance Speech in the Form of a Love Letter: The Omer C. Stewart Memorial Award

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Howard F. Stein

Spring-Fall 1998

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No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

p 2

Grounds for Indigenous Knowledge: The Importance of Being Emic in an Etic World. Introduction to the Session

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Lawrence F. Van Horn

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

pp 3 – 7

Knowledge versus Knowing: Zande Leechcraft

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Margaret L. Buckner

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

pp 8 – 15

KRÉYÒL-KYÒLÒLÒ: Grounds for Indigenous Knowledge in Writing Creole Dictionaries

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Ellen M. Schnepel

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

pp 37 – 41

Infighting in San Francisco: Anthropology in Family Court, Or: A Study in Cultural Misunderstanding

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Barbara Joans

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

pp 42 – 46

Impediments to the Economic Development of Nova Scotia's Largest Micmac Reserve

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Daniel P. Strouthes

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1988

pp 63 – 67

Holding to the Middle Path in Ladakh: Tibetan Plateau

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Ernest Atencio

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

pp 68 – 75

Migrant Women and Social Support: Two Comparative Case Studies in a Colorado Community

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Christina Heyon Lee Ursula Lauper

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

pp 87 – 89

Don’t Fence Me Out: Immigration Creates Fierce Debate Throughout the World

An Interview with Professor Hiroshi Motomura, University of Colorado School of Law

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Kathy McClurg

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

p 90

AAA Recommends “Race” be Scrapped; Suggests New Government Categories

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Mary Margaret Overbey

No. 1, Vol. 18, Spring, 1998

pp 91 – 94

Adventures of a Neophyte in Tibet

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Cheryl Reighter

No. 2, Vol. 18, Fall, 1998

pp 100 – 113

Home on the Range: An Anthropological Analysis Land Use Values in Conflict Between Cattle Ranchers in Southwestern Montana who Depend on Federally Owned Range Land and Environmentalists

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Justin B. Lee

No. 2, Vol. 18, Fall, 1998

pp 127 – 131

Aging in Healthy Communities and Neighborhoods: Organizational Coalitions and Participatory Research

<abstract>  <pdf>

Sue Gena Lurie

No. 2, Vol. 18, Fall, 1998

pp 132 – 141

Applying Anthropology to Courtroom Work

<abstract>  <pdf>

Joan C. Ludeke

No. 2, Vol. 18, Fall, 1998

pp 142 – 149

Grounds for Indigenous Knowledge in Park Planning: An Arizona Example

<abstract>  <pdf>

Lawrence F. Van Horn

No. 2, Vol. 18, Fall, 1998

pp 152 – 153

Analysis, Application, and Anthropology: The Omer C. Stewart Memorial Award

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Gottfried (Friedl) Lang

Spring-Fall 1997

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No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

pp 1 – 6

A Future For Ethnology: Applying the Anthropology of Omer Stewart

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Robert A. Hackenberg

No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

pp 7 – 18

Genome: Moral Choices and the Polity

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Thomas Fitzgerald

No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

pp 19 – 20

Biotechnology and Ethics: Comments on “Genome: Moral Choices and the Polity”

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Jonathan Friedlaender

No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

pp 21 – 22

Comments on “Genome: Moral Choices and the Polity”

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Peter W. Van Arsdale

No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

pp 23 – 24

Genetics, Citizens and Moral Choice: Comments on “Genome: Moral Choices and the Polity”

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Tom Greaves

No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

p 25

Comments on Thomas Fitzgerald’s “Genome: Moral Choices and the Polity”

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James Peacock

No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring. 1997

pp 26 – 32

Has NAGPRA Helped or Hindered Relationships Between Native Americans and Anthropologists?

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Michael J. Evans and Richard W. Stoffle

No.1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

pp 38 – 45

Modifying Personal Safety Education For Native American Children

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Ron Cochran, Michele Steward, and Mike Sullivan

No. 1, Vol. 17, Spring, 1997

pp 69 – 82

Disaster, Community, Culture, and the Practice of Anthropology: Some Reflections and Lessons from the Oklahoma City Bombing

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Howard F. Stein

No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

p 1

Comments on "Has NAGPRA Helped or Hindered Relationships Between Native Americans and Anthropologists?" by Michael J. Evans and Richard W. Stoffle

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James J. Hester

No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

pp 105 – 125

From China to Canada: The Immigration Experience of a Mainland Chinese Group in Toronto

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Guang Tian

No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

pp 126 – 130

Cambodian Memories, Kingdom Movements: An Anthropological Tale of Identity

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Kay Llovio

No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

pp 145 – 160

Colorado's Charter School Policy: Exploring the "Domain of Application"

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Brigitte Boettiger

No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

pp 160 – 173

A Student’s Guide To Our Theoretical and Methodological Mouse Traps

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Joshua S.Levin

No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

pp 174 – 185

Key Legal and Ethnoecological Components of a Bioprospecting Agenda

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David J. Stephenson, Jr.

No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

pp 188 – 190

A Critical Essay on John H. Bodley’s Victims of Progress

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Rogelio Garcia-Contreras

No.2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997

pp 195 – 197

Cultural Competence for Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Professionals: A Review of the CSAP Cultural Competence Series

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James M. Alexander, IV

 

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