Archaeological theory and scientific practice /
Contemporary archaeology is polarised between 'scientists' who analyse, classify and describe, and social theorists, influenced by sociologies of science and culture theory. By emphasising the process of interpretation, this book shows that there is no necessary conflict between the aims a...
|Main Author:||Jones, Andrew, 1967-|
Cambridge ; New York :
Cambridge University Press,
Topics in contemporary archaeology.
Archaeological theory and scientific practice.
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CC72 .J66 2002eb