Someone Is Always Going To Be Unhappy With My Decisions: a State Archeologist's Perspective On Ethics and Public Archeology
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Someone Is Always Going To Be Unhappy With My Decisions: a State Archeologist's Perspective On Ethics and Public Archeology. Stephen R. Claggett, J. Ned Woodall. In Predicaments, Pragmatics, and Professionalism: Ethical Conduct in Archaeology. Pp. 27-36: Wake Forest University. 1990 ( tDAR id: 148955)
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