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ANTH 5050: Preparation for Practice and the Applied Thesis: Course Readings

A guide to library resources for students in ANTH 5050

Lesson 3

  • Lave, Jean and Etienne Wenger. 1991. Legitimate Peripheral Participation. In Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 27-43. On electronic reserve. Use the passcode provided by your instructor + euid and euid password to authenticate to view the item.
  • Wasson, Christina. 2008. A "Dreamcatcher" Design for Partnerships. In Partnering for Organizational Peformance: Collaboration and Culture in the Global Workplace, ed. Elizabeth K. Briody and Robert T. Trotter. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 57-73.  On electronic reserve. Use the passcode provided by your instructor + euid and euid password to authenticate to view the item.​

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  • Butler, Mary Odell. 2006. Random Walk. NAPA Bulletin 26:20-31.

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  • Sunderland, Patricia and Rita Denny. 2003. Psychology vs Anthropology: Where is Culture in Marketplace Ethnography? In Advertising Cultures, ed. Timothy deWaal Malefyt and Brian Moeran. Oxford: Berg, 187-202. On electronic reserve. Use the passcode provided by your instructor + your euid and euid password to access the reading.
  • Wasson, Christina and Susan Squires. 2012. Localizing the Global in Technology Design. In Applying Anthropology in the Global Village, ed. Christina Wasson, Mary Odell Butler, and Jacqueline Copeland-Carson. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press, 253-287. This is an e-book. Use the table of contents to navigate to the chapter. 

Lesson 13

  • Esber, George S. 1987. Designing Apache Homes with Apaches. In Anthropological Praxis: Translating Knowledge into Action, ed. Robert M. Wulff and Shirley J. Fiske. Boulder: Westview Press, 187-196.
  • Fiske, Shirley. 2012. Global Climate Change from the Bottom Up. In Applying Anthropology in the Global Village, ed. Christina Wasson, Mary Odell Butler and Jacqueline Copeland-Carson. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press, 143-172. This is an e-book. Use the table of contents to navigate to the chapter.

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