What is it like to be an anthropologist or more specifically a woman anthropologist here we see highly trained and qualified women anthropologists examining their own efforts to live and work in alien cultures in many parts of the world new chapters have been added to this ground breaking volume and each contributor is in one way or another a pioneer. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied. Women in the field book read 2 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers what is it like to be an anthropologist or more specifically a . Womens studies int forum vol 11 no6 pp 611 618 1988 printed in the usa review essay 0277 5395 88 5300 00 1988 pergamon press plc gender and fieldwork pierrette hondagneu sotelo university of california berkeley ca usa women in the field anthropological experiences second enlarged and revised edition edited by peggy golde 397 pages. Cultures vary widely in their perception of a woman engaged in anthropological field work each of these women has had to deal with the influence of her gender as well as the subject of her study on the mechanics of establishing a living working relationship with people of another culture
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