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The teaching of darshan and its purpose2019 Contributions to Indian sociology (New Series) 53 (3): 422-30
  • Rabindra Ray
New norms and forms of participation in rural South African science classrooms2018 Anthropology and education quarterly 49 (3): 262-78
  • Gale Seiler
H6 [COUNCIL-]0161-7761
Changes in the Hungarian biological anthropology between 1990 and 20172018 Anthropologiai közlemények 59: 79-93
  • Gyula Farkas L.
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIAI-]0003-5440English summary
"Reflexivity is kicking our asses": tensions in foregrounding photographs in a multimodal ethnographic analysis of participation2016 Anthropology and education quarterly 47 (4): 421-43
  • April Lynn Leuhmann
  • Joseph Henderson
  • Rachel Chaffe
H6 [COUNCIL-]0161-7761
When ten years seems more than a decade. Nostalgia and pride at two commemorations of an Argentinian scientific training institute2016 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología 26: 93-111
  • Ana Spivak L'Hoste
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XEnglish and Portuguese summaries
The innovative approaches to science education in the Democratic Republic of Congo PEQPESU and SSW2016 Bulletin des séances. Académie Royale des Sciences d’Outre-Mer (New Series) 62 (2): 283-95
  • Raïssa Malu
H6/KY [INSTITUT-]0001-4176
Latina mothers and daughters: ways of knowing, being, and becoming in the context of bilingual family science workshops2015 Anthropology and education quarterly 46 (3): 260-76
  • Cory Buxton
  • Martha Allexaht-Snider
  • Shakhnoza Kayumoya
H6 [COUNCIL-]0161-7761
Primary school learners' conception of the role and function of the brain2015 Journal of human ecology 52 (1-2): 50-63
  • Sitwala Namwinki Imenda
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Assessing differences in the perception and awareness of food science and technology amongs high school learners in the five districs of the Limpopo province of South Africa2015 Journal of human ecology 50 (1): 83-92
  • A.I.O. Jideani
  • D. Beswa
  • H. Silungwe
  • K.A. Kyei
  • T. Takalani
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Cooperation with non-life sciences at the beginning of Czech archaeology2015 Archeologické rozhledy 67 (4): 547-93
  • Karel Sklenář
H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGICKE-]0323-1267English summary
Natural science teachers' perceptions of their teaching competence in senior phase township schools in Soweto area, Gauteng province2014 The Anthropologist 18 (3): 1115-22
  • Elijiah Maema
  • Jean Fourie
  • Kamala Peter
  • Mabatho Sedibe
Secondary school teachers' understanding of energy flow in ecosystems: carbon sink and sequestration perspective2014 Journal of human ecology 48 (3): 461-7
  • Evans L. Chimoita
  • Herman E. Embeywa
  • Joseph P. Gweyi-Onyango
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
Evaluation of teachers candidates' views on scientific research methods2013 The Anthropologist 16 (3): 595-693
  • Osman Cekie
"Recycling" concept perceptions of grade eight students: a phenomenographic analysis2013 The Anthropologist 16 (3): 663-9
  • Mehmet Mutlu
Comparison of the chemistry learning motivations of the science and primary school teacher candidates2013 The Anthropologist 16 (3): 671-6
  • A. Surucu
  • H. Ozdemir
Motivation and expectations for pursuing graduate education in mathematics and science education2013 The Anthropologist 16 (3): 701-9
  • Lutfi Incikabi
  • Mehmet Altan Kurnaz
  • Murat Pektas
  • Sinan Ozgelen
As instituções e a formação do campo científico em Pernambuco2013 Cadernos de estudos sociais 28 (1-2): 195-220
  • Andréia Santos
H6/KUL [CADERNOS-]0102-4248Spanish and English summaries
Ethics and education in scientific culture: contribution from a relational perspective2012/2013 Pinaco: investigaciones sobre antropología cognitiva 7: 7-16
  • Héctor B. Lahitte
  • María José Sanchez Vazquez
H6 [PINACO-]1668-1754English summary
"You know because you saw!": reflections of ways of authority of knowledge2012 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 55 (1): 51-74
  • Joana Cabral de Oliveira
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701in special issue 'Effects of the traditional knowledge policies'; English summary
Teachers' conceptions of the constructivist model of science teaching and student learning2011 The Anthropologist 13 (3): 175-83
  • Almon Shumba
The Brazilian Institute for Education, Science, and Culture and the institutionalization of science in Brazil, 1946-19662010 Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi ciências humanas 5 (2): 469-89
  • Antonio Carlos Souza de Andrade
  • Nara Azevedo
H6/KUL [BOLETIM-]1981-8122in thematic issue 'História, ciência, natureza'; English summary
Notes on how anthropology became an independent branch of science2009 Papers on anthropology 18: 227-34
  • Linda Kongo
H6/HB [PAPERS-]1406-0140
Children's stories: what knowledge constitutes indigenous knowledge?2008 Indilinga 7 (2): 132-40
  • Michèle Stears
H6/KY [INDILINGA-]in thematic issue 'African indigenous knowledge systems: in search of a research agenda'
A relevant physics curriculum: tapping indigenous African knowledge systems2008 Indilinga 7 (2): 223-36
  • Annemarie Hattingh
  • Cable Moji
H6/KY [INDILINGA-]in thematic issue 'African indigenous knowledge systems: in search of a research agenda'
Educational reform in science and mathematics: an anthropological perspective2008 Practicing anthropology 30 (2): 14-18
  • Kathryn A. Kozaitis
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic section 'Exploring anthropological approaches to school reform'
Darwin in court2007 Natural history 116 (5): 28-32
  • Richard Milner
H6 [NATURAL-]0028-0712
Effects of sociocultural beliefs on science education in Zimbabwe: implications for science teaching2004 Indilinga 32: 126-33
  • Alois S. Chiromo
H6/KY [INDILINGA-]1683-0296in thematic issue 'Indigenous knowledge: whose knowledge ?'
Evolutionists and creationists at the dinner table2004 Evolutionary anthropology 13 (2): 53-5
  • George Armelagos
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
Science and culture in a curriculum for tribal environmental management: the Indian TENRM Program at the Northwest Indian College2002 American Indian culture and research journal 26 (3): 47-64
  • Dan Burns
  • Gigi Berardi
  • Philip H. Duran
  • Roberto Gonzalez-Plata
  • Sharon Kinley
The truth will set you free: towards the religious study of science2001 Journal of contemporary religion 16 (1): 29-43
  • Robert A. Campbell
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903
Viewing classrooms as cultural contexts for fostering scientific literacy2001 Anthropology and education quarterly 32 (2): 214-43
  • Catherine Coreym
  • Kathleen Hogan
Cultural re-constructions of an adoptive child: science2000 Cultural dynamics 12 (2): 237-60
  • Wenda K. Bauchspies
0921-3740in special issue 'The cultural dynamics of science'
Anthropological influence on urban educational reform2000 Practicing anthropology 22 (4): 37-44
  • Kathryn A. Kozaitis
Connotations of blood: reflections of adolescent school girls2000 Man in India 80 (3/4): 321-9
  • Rajni Dhingra
  • S. Anandalakshmy
Thinking style preferences of underprepared first year students in the natural sciences1999 South African journal of ethnology 22 (3): 97-102
  • Ann-Louise De Boer
  • Tobia Steyn
American Indian science education: the second step1999 American Indian culture and research journal 23 (4): 91-114
  • Eva Marie Garroutte
Drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring: musings on the teaching and learning of science1997 Natural history 106 ([7]): 24-5
  • Stephen Jay Gould
Partners in reform: 'what's culture got to do with it?'1997 Urban anthropology 26 (1): 93-131
  • Kathryn A. Kozaitis
Towards indigenous literacy: science teachers learn to use IK resources1997 Indigenous knowledge and development monitor 5 (1): 13-15
  • Ann Kreisler
Antievolution and creationism in the United States1997 Annual review of anthropology 26: 263-89
  • Eugenie C. Scott
Learning the scientist's role: animal dissection in middle school1997 Journal of contemporary ethnography 26 (1): 28-54
  • Dorian Solot