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1 Anthro 2AC Reading: Lightfoot 2006 10/24/08 VI. RESEARCH DESIGN 7. Case Study – Duncan Village Project E. Field Program 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? 8. Research Design:Summary Collaborative Archaeology: Implications for Research Design A. Research Problems, B. Restrictions/Observations of Traditional Cultural
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Unformatted text preview: Practices no alcohol, cultural taboos, Kashaya Pomo (Khela rules) C. Field/Lab Methods D. Archaeologists/Native Views of Archaeology (Data vs. Cultural Objects of Ancestors) E. Consequences: Preservation, Minimize Impacts to remains and objects of the Ancestors E. Low-Impact Field Methodologies Kents use of a Medical Analogy 9. Other Stages of Research Design Data Gathering, Data Processing, Analysis, Interpretation, Publication...
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