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Many professional archaeologists will engage with television. There seems to be little guidance—other than trial and error and personal communications—for navigating interactions with media production companies. Here, through a series of informal questions and answers, I present some issues with...
A growing body of research exists that identifies the importance of authentic (including work integrated) learning for higher education. This follows increased pressure to produce graduates with skills and aptitudes that align with real-world requirements but also evidence which suggests...
South Africa is one of the leading economic powerhouses in the African continent. With its rising population and the National Development Plan (NDP) aimed at repositioning South Africa, there is an increasing threat posed by the need to sustain positive economic growth patterns and thus create...
This article aims to trace historical process of nationalism becoming embedded in general evolutionism in South Korean archaeology. The mindset sedimented in South Korean archaeologists is that all groups and polities in prehistoric and proto-historic Korea must be incorporated into a unilinear...
Reconsideration of some previous archaeological interpretations of gender may offer much more variability and freedom to our current understanding of gender identity. The perception of gender in archaeological interpretations commonly reflects our current social reality. In our Christian Western...
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