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005    20161116054326.4 
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010    2016027338 
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020    9781472525277|q(hb) 
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020    |z9781472528933|q(ePub) 
035    (OCoLC)955313367 
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050 00 CC75.7|b.C53 2016 
082 00 930.1|223 
100 1  Chapman, Robert,|d1949-|eauthor 
245 10 Evidential reasoning in archaeology /|cRobert Chapman and 
       Alison Wylie 
264  1 London ;|aNew York, NY :|bBloomsbury Academic, an imprint 
       of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc,|c2016 
300    ix, 254 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Debates in Archaeology 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-242) and 
505 0  Introduction: The Paradox of Material Evidence -- 
       Archaeological Evidence in Question : Working between the 
       Horns of a Dilemma -- Archaeology Fieldwork : Scaffolding 
       in Practice -- Working with Old Evidence -- External 
       Resources : Archaeology as a Trading Zone -- Conclusions: 
       Reflexivity Made Concrete 
520 2  "How do archaeologists work with the data they identify as
       a record of the cultural past? How are these data 
       collected and construed as evidence? What is the impact on
       archaeological practice of new techniques of data recovery
       and analysis, especially those imported from the sciences?
       To answer these questions, the authors identify close-to-
       the-ground principles of best practice based on an 
       analysis of examples of evidential reasoning in 
       archaeology that are widely regarded as successful, 
       contested, or instructive failures. They look at how 
       archaeologists put old evidence to work in pursuit of new 
       interpretations, how they construct provisional 
       foundations for inquiry as they go, and how they navigate 
       the multidisciplinary ties that make archaeology a 
       productive intellectual trading zone. This case-based 
       approach is predicated on a conviction that archaeological
       practice is a repository of considerable methodological 
       wisdom, embodied in tacit norms and skilled expertise--
       wisdom that is rarely made explicit except when contested,
       and is often obscured when questions about the status and 
       reach of archaeological evidence figure in high-profile 
       crisis debates"--|cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Archaeology|xMethodology 
650  0 Archaeology|xFieldwork 
650  0 Material culture 
650  0 Evidence 
650  0 Reasoning 
700 1  Wylie, Alison,|eauthor 
830  0 Debates in archaeology 
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