Ethical Issues in Archaeology
Edition: 2003 (Revised)
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Description: This text demonstrates that ethics in the field of archaeological research become increasingly complicated as a result of changing human relations surrounding historical evidence. The articles tackle issues such as the origin of archaeological ethics and responsibilities to diverse publics.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: AltaMira Press
Publication date: 4/2/2003
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Karen D. Vitelli is Professor of anthropology at Indiana University and Director of the Franchthi Project.
|Where Archaeological Ethics Come From|
|The Development of Ethics in Archaeology|
|Responsibilities to the Archaeological Record|
|Looting: An International View|
|Digging in the Dirt--Ethics and "Low-End Looting"|
|The Ethics of Shipwreck Archaeology|
|Archaeological Ethics: Museums and Collections|
|Cultural Resource Management and the Business of Archaeology|
|Archaeological Curation: An Ethical Imperative for the Twenty-First Century|
|Responsibilities to Diverse Publics|
|Coffee Cans and Folsom Points: Why We Cannot Continue to Ignore the Artifact Collectors|
|Archaeological Ethics and American Indians|
|Descendant Communities: Linking People in the Present to the Past|
|Purveyors of the Past: Education and Outreach as Ethical Imperatives in Archaeology|
|Ethics and the Media|
|In the Spirit of the Code|
|Responsibilities to Colleagues, Employees, and Students|
|Safety and the Ethics of Archaeological Fieldwork|
|What Are We Really Teaching in Archaeological Field Schools?|
|Gender Matters--A Question of Ethics|
|The Ethics of Research Knowledge|
|Creating and Implementing a Code and Standards|
|Websites for Professional Codes of Ethics and Standards|
|About the Contributors|