Fieldwork in Anthropology

Fieldwork is an essential aspect of all areas of anthropology because it is used to gather primary data, in other words fieldwork is how anthropologists collect the information used for their studies. Historically anthropologists tended to focus on ‘the exotic’

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Free Open-Access Anthropology Journals

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There are many academic journals available¬†that either focus on or include anthropological research, however not everyone has access to the more recognised anthropology journals such as ‘Current Anthropology’ or ‘Anthropology Quarterly’. This list will hopefully help you find loads of

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Saving the Slow Loris – The Little Fireface Project

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The slow loris, you’ve no doubt seen pictures or videos of these adorably cute little creatures¬†all across the internet, but there is a darker side to this trend that needs to be exposed in order to save them from extinction.

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