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Anthropologists in the SecurityScape [[electronic resource] ] : Ethics, Practice, and Professional Identity
Anthropologists in the SecurityScape [[electronic resource] ] : Ethics, Practice, and Professional Identity
Autore Albro Robert
Pubbl/distr/stampa Walnut Creek, : Left Coast Press, 2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (279 p.)
Disciplina 301.072
Altri autori (Persone) MarcusGeorge
McNamaraLaura A
Schoch-SpanaMonica
Soggetto topico Anthropology
Ethics
Sociology
Anthropological ethics - Research
Administrative agencies
Intelligence service
Social Sciences
Anthropology - General
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-315-43480-6
1-315-43481-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Contents; Introduction; 1. The Winds of Politics, Change, and Social Science Transformation in a Military Research Institution; 2. Identity Management in the Federal Government: How an Andean Archaeologist Became a Social Scientist; 3. Public Anthropology and Multitrack Dialoguing in the Securityscape; 4. Blurring the Boundaries between Anthropology and Intelligence Analysis; 5. Intelligence Work: The Mundane World of High-Consequence Analysis; 6. Interdisciplinary Research in the National Laboratories; 7. Standing at the Crossroads of Anthropology, Public Health, and National Security
8. Culture in/ Culture of the United States Naval Academy9. Teaching Culture at Marine Corps University; 10. Protecting the Past to Secure the Future: An Archaeologist Working for the Army; 11. Staying Safe: Aid Work and Security in Afghanistan; 12. On the Ethics of Graduated Disclosure in Contexts of War; 13. Ethical Considerations from the Study of Peacekeeping; 14. Hazardous Field Operations: Romanian-American Joint Humanitarian Training; 15. Retaining Intellectual Integrity: Introducing Anthropology to the National Security Community
16. How Critical Should Critical Thinking Be? Teaching Soldiers in WartimeConclusion"" "Be All That You Can Be..." : The Anthropological Vocation in the Securityscape; Index; About the Editors
Record Nr. UNINA-9910462516703321
Albro Robert  
Walnut Creek, : Left Coast Press, 2011
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
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Anthropologists in the SecurityScape [[electronic resource] ] : Ethics, Practice, and Professional Identity
Anthropologists in the SecurityScape [[electronic resource] ] : Ethics, Practice, and Professional Identity
Autore Albro Robert
Pubbl/distr/stampa Walnut Creek, : Left Coast Press, 2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (279 p.)
Disciplina 301.072
Altri autori (Persone) MarcusGeorge
McNamaraLaura A
Schoch-SpanaMonica
Soggetto topico Anthropology
Ethics
Sociology
Anthropological ethics - Research
Administrative agencies
Intelligence service
Social Sciences
Anthropology - General
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-315-43480-6
1-315-43481-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Contents; Introduction; 1. The Winds of Politics, Change, and Social Science Transformation in a Military Research Institution; 2. Identity Management in the Federal Government: How an Andean Archaeologist Became a Social Scientist; 3. Public Anthropology and Multitrack Dialoguing in the Securityscape; 4. Blurring the Boundaries between Anthropology and Intelligence Analysis; 5. Intelligence Work: The Mundane World of High-Consequence Analysis; 6. Interdisciplinary Research in the National Laboratories; 7. Standing at the Crossroads of Anthropology, Public Health, and National Security
8. Culture in/ Culture of the United States Naval Academy9. Teaching Culture at Marine Corps University; 10. Protecting the Past to Secure the Future: An Archaeologist Working for the Army; 11. Staying Safe: Aid Work and Security in Afghanistan; 12. On the Ethics of Graduated Disclosure in Contexts of War; 13. Ethical Considerations from the Study of Peacekeeping; 14. Hazardous Field Operations: Romanian-American Joint Humanitarian Training; 15. Retaining Intellectual Integrity: Introducing Anthropology to the National Security Community
16. How Critical Should Critical Thinking Be? Teaching Soldiers in WartimeConclusion"" "Be All That You Can Be..." : The Anthropological Vocation in the Securityscape; Index; About the Editors
Record Nr. UNINA-9910540060503321
Albro Robert  
Walnut Creek, : Left Coast Press, 2011
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
Opac: Controlla la disponibilità qui