Ethics in American archaeology: challenges for the 1990s

Bibliographic Information

Title

Ethics in American archaeology: challenges for the 1990s

Editor(s)

Lynott, Mark J and Wylie, Alison

Year of Publication

1995

Chapter Pages

99

Publisher Name

The Society for American Archaeology

Publisher Location

Washington, DC

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Language

English

Source Type

Edited Volume

Notes

The first edition - a second, revised edition was published in 2000, including new chapters and authors. The second edition is listed as a separate entry in this database.

Standards, ethics, and archaeology / Charles R. McGimsey III
Professionalism and the Society of Professional Archeologists / Edward B. Jelks
Archaeology and the antiquities market / Alison Wylie
Principles of archaeological ethics / SAA Ethics in Archaeology Committee
Overview: the work of the SAA Ethics in Archaeology Committee / Alison Wylie and Mark J. Lynott
Stewardship : the central principle of archaeological ethics / Mark J. Lynott and Alison Wylie
Accountability : responsibilities of archaeologists to other interest groups / Joe Watkins … [et al.] Commercialization : beyond the law or above it? / Larry E. Murphy … [et al.]
Public education and outreach / Ellen Herscher and Francis P. McManamon
Intellectual property / Christopher Chippindale and David M. Pendergast
Archaeological records preservation / Nancy J. Parezo and Don D. Fowler

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