The High Plains Society
Applied Anthropology

A Student’s Guide To Our Theoretical and Methodological Mouse Traps

Joshua S.Levin

The current state of disassociation within the field of cultural anthropology presents numerous difficulties for learning and teaching theory and method. This paper has been written by a graduate student, for students, as a tool for contextualizing and organizing contemporary theory. In addition to providing a historical framework for understanding today’s theoretical challenges, the practical implications of these issues are also addressed. Applied anthropology is presented as one significant response to these challenges.

High Plains Applied Anthropologist No. 2, Vol. 17, Fall, 1997 pp 160 – 173

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