17 - o Native Americans have rights to the remains of...

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Anth1102 17/01/2008 12:24:00 Going to the field Research proposal/prelim research Language training Get funding IRB Permission/visas Buy stuff Ethnography then vs. Now Holistic, salvage ethnography vs. directed, problem-oriented ethnography The ethnographic present vs. the world system Multi-sited Archeology is the study of material remains,  Archeologist study artifacts(portable objects that have been made or modified by humans Ecofacts = plant and animal remains that were used by humans, but not modified.
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Features= non portable evidence of human activities, hearths walls, trenches, etc NAGPRA- native American graves protection and repatriation act (1990)
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Unformatted text preview: o Native Americans have rights to the remains of ancestors and sacred objects o Repatriation of human remains and sacred objects o IE: Kinnewick Man Archaeologist study people by looking at what they left behind They look at artifacts, ecofacts and features NOT DINOSAURS, ROCKS, TREASURE Archaeologist investigation Research design Surveys o Shovel test o Walking the grid o Map shovel test Research design Surveys Excavation Relative dating techniques: o Stratigraphy and the law of superpositioning o Seriation-o Denfrochronology_rings on trees to tell age 17/01/2008 12:24:00 17/01/2008 12:24:00...
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