Ethnobotany pp 95-135 | Cite as


  • Gary J. Martin


The initial ways to gather anthropological information are to talk with people, to watch what they do and to take part in their everyday activities. Although these ethnographic skills may seem so natural as to be taken for granted, they require proficiency and forethought if they are to yield reliable data.


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