This is a book for anthropology studnets who would like to become practitioners and also for those who have interest in applying anthropoloy. This book serves as a guide for anthropologist student to devote into the world of pratice.
The book has six chapters. Chapter 1, "anthropological practice" provides an overview of what pratice is, especially, looks at the differences between academic and applied anthropology. Chapter 2, "preparation for the field" outlines how anthropology students can prepare themselves for careers outside the university. Chapter 3 "career planning", discusses shaping your professional future. Chapter 4, "getting in: finding your job", tkaes you through the process of getting your first asignment as a pratitioner. Chapter 5, "work survival: organizations, management, and ethics", centers on your first year at work. Chapter 6, "making it count: advancing the profession" and an appendix "resources for further learning" provides lists of helpful websites and publications.