The Resource Anthropology's contribution to public policy formation: : the imagined other?, Julie Finlayson

Anthropology's contribution to public policy formation: : the imagined other?, Julie Finlayson

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Anthropology's contribution to public policy formation: : the imagined other?
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Anthropology's contribution to public policy formation:
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the imagined other?
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Julie Finlayson
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eng
Summary
Examination of the degree to which anthropologists influence government policy; - Sutton's critique of anthropology; the nature of influence; anthropology's relation to government - historical background, variable nature of engagement and influence; levels of government policy; differences in anthropological approaches to knowledge and government's; includes discussion of the policy work of Coombs and Stanner; argues that historically anthropologist have not had a uniform influence on government policy and that their role is often ambiguously dependent on their status as "outsiders"
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Finlayson, Julie Dianne
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  • Stanner, W. E. H.
  • Coombs, H. C.
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Anthropology's contribution to public policy formation: : the imagined other?, Julie Finlayson
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.26
Extent
p. 18-26
Label
Anthropology's contribution to public policy formation: : the imagined other?, Julie Finlayson
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.26
Extent
p. 18-26

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