120.T14 - III. THE OLD AND THE NEW ANTHROPOLOGY IN APPLIED...

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1 CSULB Instructor: George M. Scott ANTHROPOLOGY 120 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY OUTLINE—TOPIC 14 APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY ("ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE [REAL] WORLD") I. INTRODUCTION ACADEMIC AND APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY A. Difference 1. Academic Anthropology 2. Applied Anthropology B. A Formal Definition of Applied Anthropology II. WHY AN APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY TO BEGIN WITH? A. Concern for Human Problems B. Increase in Public Awareness C. New Mission of American Universities D. Recognition of Value of Anthropological Information E. Growth of Consulting Agencies; Paucity of Academic Jobs F. Isolated Exotic Societies Running Out
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Unformatted text preview: III. THE OLD AND THE NEW ANTHROPOLOGY IN APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY A. Rich, Deep, Qualitative Data; But LimitsDepth But Not Breadth, and Time-Consuming B. Formal Survey (Random Sampling) MethodsMore Time-Effective and More Breadth; But No Depth and Also 2 Costly C. But New Methods (Time-Effective/"Quick and Dirty") Both Depth-of-Coverage and Breadth-of-Coverage Factors 1. Focus-Group Research 2. Rapid Appraisal Research 3. Stepwise Research 4. Participatory Research IV. FILM CLIP HOUSE OF THE SPIRIT...
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