Ethics, Archaeological Resource Management And Federal Legislation: A Few Thoughts For The Direction Of Canadian Archaeology

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Article Title

Ethics, Archaeological Resource Management And Federal Legislation: A Few Thoughts For The Direction Of Canadian Archaeology

Journal Title

Canadian Journal of Archaeology/Journal Canadien d'Archéologie

Author(s)

Rosenswig, Robert M.

Year of Publication

2000

Volume Number

24

Issue Number

2

Article Pages

176-179

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http://www.jstor.org/stable/41058582

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Language

English

Notes

Comments on papers from the CAA plenary session. The author identifies two major themes: the relationship between Native peoples and archaeologists and the development of ethics statements, and the future of Canadian archaeological resource management.

Additional tags: cultural resource management; CRM; federal legislation; ethical codes

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