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Deloria 1969 - Key Terms: o Anthopopgist – comes out to Indian reservations to make observations - Biculturality creates great problems for the opposing anthropological camp. o Pure research – is a body of knowledge absolutely devoid of useful application and incapable of meaningful digestion; it is an abstraction of scholarly suspicions concerning some obscure theory originally expounded in pre-Revolutionary days and systematically o Applied research – anthropologists and there reports, books, and articles - The difference of the pure and applied research is primarily one of footnotes o Pure has many footnotes o Applied has few footnotes - Indians are folk people, whites are an urban people never the twain shall meet - Indians are bicultural, have lost their identity and Indians are warriors - Since 1955 there have been a number of workshops conducted in Indian country as a device for training “young Indian leaders” - The young blacks invented Black Power and pushed the whole society to consider the
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