Sources is a regular feature of Practicing Anthropology designed to inform the readership about the activities of the Applied Anthropology Documentation Project at the University of Kentucky. The Project, sponsored by the Society for Applied Anthropology, the Society of Professional Anthropologists and the Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists, is an archive collection of materials produced by applied anthropologists and other social scientists interested in solving human problems with their professional skills. The collection includes technical reports, social impact assessments, evaluation reports, curriculum descriptions and some proposals. The collection is intended to serve as a source for practicing anthropologists, students, and people concerned with the history of applied anthropology.
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Research Article| November 13 2014
Sources: An Archive Collection Of Applied Anthropology Materials Edited by John Van Willigen
Practicing Anthropology (1985) 7 (3): 20–23.
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Ralph Biship; Sources: An Archive Collection Of Applied Anthropology Materials Edited by John Van Willigen. Practicing Anthropology 1 July 1985; 7 (3): 20–23. doi: https://doi.org/10.17730/praa.7.3.xt66617q426p607r
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