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ANT 112- Northwest (Browning) Exploring Non-Western Cultures: Journals & Databases
Academic journals are published one or multiple times per year. Issues are grouped into volumes. (Volume 3 of a journal might contain 1-4 issues.) Articles in academic journals are peer-reviewed, meaning that they have been read by experts in the field who advised the author on how to make the article stronger, more accurate, or more helpful to readers.
Journal issues might have special themes, meaning all the articles in one issue deal with a central topic.
"eHRAF World Cultures contains ethnographic collections covering all aspects of cultural and social life. eHRAF is unique in having subject indexing at the paragraph level. This allows detailed and precise searching for concepts not easily found with keywords." -eHRAF
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American Anthropologist: American Anthropologist is the flagship journal of the American Anthropological Association, reaching well over 12,000 readers with each issue. The journal advances the Association mission through publishing articles that add to, integrate, synthesize, and interpret anthropological knowledge; commentaries and essays on issues of importance to the discipline; and reviews of books, films, sound recordings and exhibits.
American Ethnologist: American Ethnologist is a quarterly journal concerned with ethnology in the broadest sense of the term. Articles published in the American Ethnologist elucidate the connections between ethnographic specificity and theoretical originality, and convey the ongoing relevance of the ethnographic imagination to the contemporary world.