The Ethnoarchaeology in Brazil: science and society in the context of the re-democratization
AbstractThe present work was to investigate the theoretical and methodological perspectives used in scientific texts in Ethnoarchaeology, published in Brazil from the decade of 1980. The focus of this study was MA thesis and PH dissertations, to obtain information on the employed methodologies and the theoretical field, as well as constructing a picture of penetration of this scientific field in Brazil. Was possible to realize their strong historic and politic focus and their preferential treatment for generic methodologies and techniques in the analysis of their study objects.
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