Podcasts from the SfAA
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Select sessions from the 67th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology (2007).
||CleanSocial Anthropology+Social Marketing=Social Change||Chairs: WHITEFORD, Linda and KETCHER, Dana (USF) Social Anthropology+Social Marketing=Social Change. This session explores ‘continuity and change’ by investigating the interstices between social anthropology and social marketing as they are synergisti||14-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanFood, Society, and Environment in Contemporary Ethnography||CHAIR: ADAMS, Ryan (Lycoming Coll). Drawing on a geographically varied set of examples ranging across three continents, our panel examines the revitalized attention to food systems in contemporary ethnographic investigations. The panel demonstrates curren||10-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanEbola: Applied Social Science||CHAIRS: KUNSTADTER, Peter (PHPT); AMAYA-BURNS, Alba (Duke U & Duke Kunshan U); BURNS, Allan (UF) Exponential increase of the Ebola epidemic has potential to become the biggest health and socio-economic disaster since the 1918 flu, and poses challenges||10-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanEnvironment and Extraction: Liabilities, Resistance, Legislation, and Inequality||CHAIR: ERVIN, Alexander (U of Saskatchewan) Concerns surrounding the relationship between extraction and the environment crosscut the specific resource under development. From gold and uranium in Canada to coal and oil in Columbia and Peru, conflict ari||10-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||Clean2015 Michael Kearney Award Lecture||NAGENGAST, Carol. Introduction STEPHEN, Lynn (U Oregon) Creating Pre-Emptive Suspects: National Security, Border Defense and Immigration Policy, 1980-Present DISCUSSANTS: CRUZ-TORRES, Maria L. (Arizona State U) and HOLMES, Seth (UC-Berkeley) Photo: “N||10-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanAnthropology as a Profession: Qualitative Data’s Role in a Quantitative World||CHAIR: NEWTON, Kevin (U Memphis) The vision of the SfAA states “to promote public recognition of anthropology as a profession.” In a world where “data” is virtually synonymous with quantitative data, how should the work of anthropologists change t||10-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||CleanCommunity Engagement in Our Contemporary Foodscapes: the Power of Ethnography||CHAIR: REESE, Ashante (Rhodes Coll) The recent heightened attention to food systems, both within and outside the academy, has raised awareness about the relationships between food, community and health around the globe. The papers in this session examine||10-4-2015||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|