Different Roles, Diverse Goals: Understanding Stakeholder and Archaeologists Positions in Community-Based Projects

@inproceedings{Shakour2019DifferentRD,
  title={Different Roles, Diverse Goals: Understanding Stakeholder and Archaeologists Positions in Community-Based Projects},
  author={Katherine E Shakour and I. Kuijt and Tommy Burke},
  year={2019}
}
Scholars have discussed the diverse and heterogeneous nature of people that comprise communities in community-based research (McManamon in Am Antiq 56(1):121–130, 1991; Marshall in World Archaeol 34(2):211–219, 2002; Colwell-Chanthaphonh and Ferguson, in Scarre, Scarre, (eds) The ethics of archaeology: philosophical perspectives on archaeological practice, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp 115–130, 2006; Pyburn, in Okamura, Matuda, (eds) New perspectives in global public archaeology… Expand
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