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Anthropology RMLA 

   Advancement in academia typically depends upon Scientific publishing. The more you publish, the better the first job, the higher the raise, and the faster the promotion. Sadly only 8% of publications come from developing countries, despite the fact that 27% of the scientists live in developing countries and 80% of the scientists. 
   In almost all disciplines in Science students are required to learn about statistics. However, statistics is a difficult topic to learn and learning it in a second language makes it doubly difficult. A primary reason for this is Stataphobia which is the fear of research design and statistics, and not having access to people who can help. Stataphobia makes it most difficult to learn about statistics. Eighty percent of all rejected articles are due to poor research methods.

   Much of what we use across disciplines is the result of the building of research methods in the area of Antropology. We have therefore built a research methods library of Alexandria for Anthropology

The components of the Anthropology RMLA are:


1.
The General Research methods matrix.  If a student has a question about hypothesis testing they have 5 lectures by different faculty to learn from
2.
Anthropology Specific Methods:  This is a collection of lectures presenting Anthropology specific research methods, including Quantitative and Qualitative research methods, Cultural Anthropology, Ethnography, Forensic Anthropology, etc.  For each area there are multiple lectures by different faculty to learn(below).

 

Anthropology research methods

Anthropological research methods

Introduction to Anthropological research methods 

Doing Anthropological Fieldwork Part 1 

Transparency and Reproducibility in Observational Research: Lessons From Anthropology

An Animated Introduction to Social Science

 Anthropology Matters

What is Fieldwork?

 Why study anthropology?

The Study of Society: Tools of Analysis 

 

 

Case Study

Types of Case Study. Part 1 of 3 on Case Studies

 

Cultural Anthropology

Methods and Approaches in Cultural Anthropology

 

 

Ethnography

Difference Between Anthropology and Ethnography

Ethnographic interview, Anthropology Virtual Classroom, SOAS University of London 

Ethnography

Ethnography. Part 1 of 2 on Ethnography and Participant Observation

 

Participant Observation

 What to observe in Participant Observation. Part 2 of 2 on Ethnography and Participant Observation 

Participant Observation as a Research Method 

Participant Observation

Participant Observations

 Internet Participant Observation

Qualitative Analysis

Qualitative analysis of interview data: A step-by-step guide 

Quantitative vs Qualitative Research

Types of Qualitative Data Collection Part 1

Types of Anthropology

What is MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY? What does MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY mean? 

What is SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY? What does SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY mean?

Archaeological Dating Methods 

The Bone Detective 

Intro to Archaeology | Big History Project 

Why Cultural Anthropology is important

Episode 1 - Module 1: Anthropology 101 I - Conversation with anthropologists Part I 

Lecture 1 Biological Anthropology

Evolution and Anthropology 

Forensic Anthropology

Forensic Science Field Techniques - Forensic Anthropology

 Forensic Science Field Techniques - Identifying Human Remains

What is FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY? What does FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY mean?

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