Sources documents the work of applied and practicing anthropologists through publication of Project Profiles. These are based on materials submitted to the Applied Anthropology Documentation Project at the University of Kentucky. Since its inception in 1978, the project has collected the so-called fugitive literature produced by anthropologists during their problem-solving work. The collection has a wide range of different types of materials: technical reports, research monographs, conference papers, practicum and internship reports, legal briefs, proposals, and other materials.
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Sources: An Archive Collection of Applied Anthropology Materials Edited by John van Willigen
Practicing Anthropology (1994) 16 (3): 36–38.
Sources: An Archive Collection of Applied Anthropology Materials Edited by John van Willigen. Practicing Anthropology 1 July 1994; 16 (3): 36–38. doi: https://doi.org/10.17730/praa.16.3.c730536821018361
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