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      Destruction and the Rhetoric of Excavation

      Norwegian Archaeological Review

      Informa UK Limited

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          ‘Always momentary, fluid and flexible’: towards a reflexive excavation methodology

           Ian Hodder (1997)
          Çatalhöyük, on the Konya Plain in south central Anatolia, in the 1960s became the most celebrated Neolithic site of western Asia: huge (21 hectares), with early dates, tightpacked rooms with roof access, exuberant mural paintings, cattle heads fixed to walls, dead buried beneath floors in collective graves.
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            A Consideration of Archaeological Research Design

             Lewis Binford (1964)
            It is argued that the methodology most appropriate for the task of isolating and studying processes of cultural change and evolution is one which is regional in scope and executed with the aid of research designs based on the principles of probability sampling. The various types of observational populations which archaeologists must study are discussed, together with an evaluation of the methodological differences attendant upon adequate and reliable investigation of each. Two basic sampling universes are discussed, the region and the site, together with their methodological and research-design peculiarities. These are used as a basis for discussion and past and current research programs are evaluated in terms of what are believed to be major limitations in obtaining the "facts" pertinent to studies of cultural processes.
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              Critical Approaches to Fieldwork

               Gavin Lucas (2001)
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                Journal
                Norwegian Archaeological Review
                Norwegian Archaeological Review
                Informa UK Limited
                0029-3652
                1502-7678
                January 2001
                January 2001
                : 34
                : 1
                : 35-46
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                10.1080/00293650119347
                © 2001

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