10-22-08.out - Arizonas Prison Program 20 Convicts Describe...

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1 Anthro 2 Reading: Lightfoot 84 10/22/08 VI. RESEARCH DESIGN 7. Case Study – Duncan Village Project A. Introduction: CRM, SE Arizona, Modern Town of Duncan – Floods Pithouse Village (AD 300-500) 2 villages in right-of-way B. Budgetary Issues -- $250,000 (too expensive) Change Scope of Project: Portion of one village 1 1/2 Months, $20,000 C. Possible Field Strategies David Wilcox -- Formation Processes Kent Lightfoot – Rise of Sedentary Life, – Spatial Organization of Early Villages D. Staffing a Field Crew (on a limited budget)
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Unformatted text preview: Arizonas Prison Program 20 Convicts Describe Penal System: Max, Med, Min Security E. Field Program i. Surface Investigation (Grid System, Topographic Map, Surface Collection) ii. Test Surface Depressions (2-by-2 m test units) iii. Scrape Right-of-Way (with front end loader) iv. Excavate 7 pithouses (use backhoe to excavate above floor level, then hand excavation) F. Trade-offs in Collecting Information Depends on Research Design Lightfoot vs Wilcox what would be stressed?...
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