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Unformatted text preview: weapons manufacturing that we have never seen. Gusterson describes that he "tried to speak not only to a large number of people but also to a large number of types of people." I think his method in collecting data and anthropological fieldwork will help us students learn more about methods and types of collection of data when studying a certain culture. (This was also my main post) 2. Question Do you think Gusterson is studying nuclear plants to observe the workers in the laboratories and come to conclusions on their culture? Or do you think he is studying the laboratories to give the general public an insight on ways of life that we arent usually familiar with? Why do you suppose Gusterson decided to study the Livermore laboratory workers in the sector of nuclear weapons?...
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- Spring '08