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Buy and Download Description Academic social anthropologists in the U.K. have paid increasing attention to the importance of teaching in postgraduate courses, both for course-based master's degree programmes and for research-oriented doctoral programmes. This reflects not only increasing public attention to the ethics of anthropological research and the government's growing concern with 'quality control', but also considerable frustration on the part of postgraduate students themselves, who have become more vocal in demanding guidance from their mentors (Watson 1999: 3, 19ff). When the National Network for Teaching and Learning Anthropology initiated a wide-ranging series of projects to assess and improve training methods, it included among them one workshop dedicated to gathering the viewpoints of students themselves. Academic social anthropologists in the U.K. have paid increasing attention to the importance of teaching in postgraduate courses, both for course-based master's degree programmes and for research-oriented doctoral programmes. This reflects not onl
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