The Public Value of Anthropology: Engaging Critical Social Issues Through Ethnography

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Elisabeth Tauber, Dorothy Zinn
2015, 174
ISBN: 978-88-6046-076-9
E-ISBN: 978-88-6046-114-8

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  1. A Lively and Musing Discipline: The Public Contribution of Anthropology Through Education and EngagementElisabeth Tauber, Dorothy ZinnDOI: 10.13124/9788860461148_1
  2. Anthropology and Asylum Procedures and Policies in ItalyBarbara SorgoniDOI: 10.13124/9788860461148_2
  3. “My dad has fifteen wives and eight ancestors to care for”: Conveying Anthropological Knowledge to Children and AdolescentsSabine Klocke-DaffaDOI: 10.13124/9788860461148_3
  4. Begging—Between Charity and Profession: Reflections on Romanian Roma’s Begging Activities in ItalyCătălina TesărDOI: 10.13124/9788860461148_4
  5. Crafting Fair Trade Tourism: Gender, Race, and Development in PeruJane HenriciDOI: 10.13124/9788860461148_5
  6. Expert Translations of Torture and Trauma: A Multisited Ethnography / Monika WeissensteinerMonika WeissensteinerDOI: 10.13124/9788860461148_6
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