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The first anthropology book I bought that I was not required to buy as part of a course, was Edward H. Spicer's, Perspectives in American Indian Culture Change. It open a whole new exciting world of…Continue

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Started Mar 23, 2011

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"The question below might make for an interesting discussion at the SfAA meetings. It might suggest a plan for action."
Nov 21, 2014
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Who is today teaching anthropology at the High School Level?

Back in 1979, as one of the conclusions of my dissertation about the future of anthropology as a profession, I included high school teaching of anthropology as a potential market for BA and MA anthropology graduates.…See More
Nov 21, 2014
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"MY QUESTION TO SFAA MEMBERS AND FRIENDS IS: WHO IS TEACHING ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY AT THE HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL?"
Nov 21, 2014
Barry R. Bainton commented on Barry R. Bainton's blog post What is your legacy and where is it?
"So nobody really cares what happens to their years of research, their data so carefully stored and collected. Or maybe because it was published, we don't want the next generation to come back on reexamine it and audit our brilliant…"
Aug 25, 2014
Barry R. Bainton replied to Steven Vella's discussion Help needed for theory for PhD thesis on the role of Social Impact Assessments as a vehicle in improving stakeholder & public involvement in the EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) & urban planning
"Dear Steve  - A bit of a late response but then this not as active a forum as many other anthro groups out there. Regarding Classical anthropological theory as it applies or can be applied to EIA I suggest that you look at acculturation theory.…"
Aug 6, 2014
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What is your legacy and where is it?

What are you doing to preserve and archive your applied work for future generations?  So of us who have or who are at that point in life and career when we want to "shorten up" face this problem. This is especially true for those of us who do not have an academic home or base for our work product and have not producer the usual recorded of academic publications, yet have made contributions to the development and application of anthropological science and theory to real problems. While there…See More
Aug 2, 2014
Barry R. Bainton commented on SfAAadmin's blog post National Security Agency Social Network Analysis
"Alvin -- I wonder if the silence by anthropologists about the NSA and use of social network analysis is related to the current state of anthropology as a compartmentalized set of sub and sub sub disciplines.. Our lack of a comprehensive theory…"
Aug 2, 2013
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Apr 18, 2013
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Insurance and Gun Responsibility

Back in early December I posted an article on my POcentrist Blog addressing the problem of gun responsibility (AKA Gun Control) and applying an anthropological insight to the problem. You can find the posting at http://pocentrist.blogspot.com/2012/12/a-modest-proposal-market-solution-to.html. The idea is that in the United States the attitude toward the GUN is complex and deeply rooted in regional and…See More
Feb 22, 2013
Christine Ho commented on Barry R. Bainton's blog post Man the Tool maker and Gun Control
"Dear Barry, Your name was the only one that surfaced when the HRSJ Committee was looking for anthropologists with expertise in gun violence to serve as panelists and you were not available. In the absence of experts, the HRSJ Committee decided to…"
Feb 21, 2013
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Barry R. Bainton commented on Barry R. Bainton's blog post Man the Tool maker and Gun Control
"Dear Christine      Thanks for the comment and the invitation. As I mentioned in a private communication I will be unable to attend the meetings. I was sorry to learn that the committee has shift it focus to the broader topic of…"
Feb 16, 2013
Christine Ho commented on Barry R. Bainton's blog post Man the Tool maker and Gun Control
"Dear Barry, The SfAA Human Rights and Social Justice Committee will be hosting a roundtable on Gun Viiolence at the annual meetings in Denver on Thursday, March 21 from 2 - 3:30 pm. We are inviting members of the SfAA community to serve as panelists…"
Feb 16, 2013
Christine Ho commented on Barry R. Bainton's blog post Man the Tool maker and Gun Control
"Dear Barry, I was delighted to see this blog about gun control because the SfAA Human Rights and Social Justice Committee will be hosting a roundtable at the annual meetings in Denver on gun violence, which I will be facilitating. It is scheduled…"
Feb 7, 2013
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Jan 28, 2013

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Hometown:
Barrington, RI
About Me:
Student of Edward H. Spicer. Masters and Doctorate in Anthropology from the U of Arizona. Owner of The Superorganic blog (http://thesuperorganic.blogspot.com/) and The sole/soul proprietor blog (http://thesolesoulproprietor.blogspot.com/)


See my profile @ http://www.linkedin.com/in/barryrbainton for details.
Website:
http://thesuperorganic.blogspot.com/
Area(s) of Training
anthropology, applied anthropology, cultural anthropology, ethnography, ethnology, other
Area(s) of Expertise
Applied anthropology, Business and Life coaching, Small business development, Family Business, and International business, institutional history of anthropology
Most Recent Degree
PhD
Current Area of Employment
Semi retired - Self employed writer and business coach

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Who is today teaching anthropology at the High School Level?

Back in 1979, as one of the conclusions of my dissertation about the future of anthropology as a profession, I included high school teaching of anthropology as a potential market for BA and MA anthropology graduates.…

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Posted on November 21, 2014 at 9:00am

What is your legacy and where is it?

What are you doing to preserve and archive your applied work for future generations?  So of us who have or who are at that point in life and career when we want to "shorten up" face this problem. This is especially true for those of us who do not have an academic home or base for our work product and have not producer the usual recorded of academic publications, yet have made contributions to the development and application of anthropological science and theory to real problems

.…

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Posted on August 2, 2014 at 2:51pm — 1 Comment

Insurance and Gun Responsibility

Back in early December I posted an article on my POcentrist Blog addressing the problem of gun responsibility (AKA Gun Control) and applying an anthropological insight to the problem. You can find the posting at http://pocentrist.blogspot.com/2012/12/a-modest-proposal-market-solution-to.html. The idea is that in the United States the attitude toward the GUN is complex and deeply rooted in regional…

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Posted on February 22, 2013 at 2:00pm

Man the Tool maker and Gun Control

Thoughts about the role of technology and gun control policy

http://thesuperorganic.blogspot.com/2013/01/man-toolmaker-or-tool.html

Posted on January 28, 2013 at 2:30pm — 5 Comments

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At 8:53pm on August 4, 2011, Robert Guang Tian said…

Barry:

 

Please send me your revised paper ASAP.  Thank you.

 

Robert

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