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Electronic Media
Anthropology on TV,
Radio and the Internet.
Media Relations
Working with the press effectively.
Writing for the Public
Books, newspapers,
the Web, and science writing.
Media Anthropology
A brief history and
Anthropology Resources
A short collection of directories, electronic journals, and visual anthropology.
Merry Bruns,

Dealing with the press, writing for the public.

Appearing on TV, and putting it on the Web.

Making sure we're heard. Making VERY sure we're understood.

The challenge is to communicate effectively, without sacrificing accuracy. Being interesting, yet always professional.

It's a tall order, but if we don't do it...others will for us.

Here are some resources for communicating anthropology professionally.

|Communicating Anthropology| |For Science Writers| |For Students| |"Is Science Real?"|

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