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by Donald D Stull

eBook Collaborative Research And Social Change: Applied Anthropology In Action (Westview Special Studies in Applied Anthropology) ePub
Author: Donald D Stull
Language: English
ISBN: 0813372216
ISBN13: 978-0813372211
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (May 17, 1987)
Pages: 265
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Other
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0813372216 (ISBN13: 9780813372211).

Applied anthropology diverges in scope from traditional anthropology in. .of the first applied anthropology texts, Anthropology in Action, in 1935.

Applied anthropology diverges in scope from traditional anthropology in its use of the discipline’s. knowledge to address contemporary social, economic, or health problems facing communities or. organizations. Written in collaboration with. New Deal programs and projects addressing the vast economic and social problems created by the. 1930s’ Great Depression required anthropological expertise; as a result, most opportunities for.

Promoting social change is the goal of the seven community case studies reported in this book.

ISBN 13: 9780813372211. Donald D Stull; Jean J. Schensul; Arthur D Murphy; W K Barger; Stephen L Schensul. Promoting social change is the goal of the seven community case studies reported in this book.

Applied Anthropology In Action.

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Series: Westview special studies in applied anthropology. Subject(s): Applied anthropology Social changeDDC classification: 30. Publisher: Boulder : Westview Press, 1987Description: xiii, 265 p. ; 23 c. SBN: 0813372216 (pb. :. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Westview special studies in applied anthropology.

applied anthropology in action. by Donald D. Stull, Jean J. Schensul. Published 1987 by Westview Press in Boulder. Applied anthropology, Social change. Westview special studies in applied anthropology.

Applied anthropology is the application of the methods and theory of anthropology to the analysis and solution of practical problems.

Promoting social change is the goal of the seven community case studies reported in this book. Each study is a "natural experiment" that involved long-term research, close collaboration between researchers and the host community, and the application of research methods and findings to social change goals within the community. The following reports describe collaborative research in the United States: (1) "Urban Comadronas: Maternal and Child Health Research and Policy Formulation in a Puerto Rican Community" (J. J. Schensul, D. Denelli-Hess, M. G. Borrero, and M. P. Bhavati); (2) "In the People's Service: The Kansas Kickapoo Technical Assistance Project" (D. D. Stull, J. A. Schultz, and K. Cadue, Sr.); (3) "Community Action and Social Adaptation: The Farmworker Movement in the Midwest" (W. K. Barger and E. Reza); and (4) "Linguistics in Action: The Hualapai Bilingual/Bicultural Education Program" (L. J. Watahomigie and A. Y. Yamamoto). The following reports describe collaborative research in the Third World: (1) "Against the Odds: Collaboration and Development at Vicos" (P. L. Doughty); (2) "The Mexican Urban Housing Project: A Collaboration between 'la Area Tecnica y la Area Social'" (A. D. Murphy, I. C. Fernandez, H. A. Selby, and I. R. Love); and (3) "Saving the City: University Research, Political Action, and the Squatter Problem in Davao City, Philippines" (R. A. Hackenberg and B. H. Hackenberg). Also included is a methodological chapter by M. A. Gibson with the title "Collaborative Educational Ethnography: Problems and Profits." A bibliography is appended.
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