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Unformatted text preview: b. Reading everything you can. c. Finding out what people think about that i. Why are they—and you—interested? ii. What are the initial conceptions and misconceptions? 4. Building a reading list. Good advice? a. Look for review articles (p.29). b. Get a list. c. Examine footnotes and bibliographies (p.30). d. Look at call numbers and browse in that area (p.33). e. Look at anthropological databases, like AnthroSource. f. Do not pay for articles. i. Library access database. ii. Ask me. iii. Inter-Library Loan (should be done early for materials you will need) 5. Has anyone seen thesis presentations? 6. Has anyone seen a completed thesis? a. Bring in a couple. 7. Imagine a successful outcome a. Presentation, answering questions, wow/cheers b. A bound volume dissertation c. Thesis proposal on website 8. Confirm individual time, weekly report by 12pm....
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2008 for the course ANTH 487 taught by Professor Antrosio during the Spring '08 term at Hartwick.
- Spring '08