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Environmental Anthropology

Resources for Environmental Anthropology at Arkansas Tech University

Getting started in Environmental Anthropology

Use this guide to get started in academic research for Environmental Anthropology. Here you will find resources and skills to help explore information relevant to contemporary environmental issues and how they intersect with cultures, human groups, and society.  This guide will be useful to Arkansas Tech Students in Environmental Anthropology or other Anthropology courses seeking similar research guidance. 

Independence Power Plant, located just east of Newark, Arkansas.  By Photolitherland - CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=14692709 

Background Sources

When beginning research, it is helpful to use encyclopedias and general reference books to get an idea of basic background information about your research question.  Try looking up your topic in these scholarly resources.

Picking a Topic

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Developing a Good Topic

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