Call For Papers
Deward E. Walker Jr. (walkerde@SPOT.COLORADO.EDU)
Tue, 19 Mar 1996 15:28:22 -0700
This is a Call for Papers for review and possible publication in the High
Plains Applied Anthropologist. Please submit manuscripts as soon as
possible for publication in 1996/1997. Below are the Guide to
Contributors and the Table of Contents for the Fall 1995 issue of the
High Plains Applied Anthropologist.
Guidelines for Authors
Use the most recent edition of Merriam-Webster s Collegiate
Dictionary as the authority for spelling, meaning, and form of words.
Use the most recent edition of The Chicago Manual of Style as the
authority for usage, punctuation, and style.
Manuscripts must be submitted in two formats: on an IBM-PC
compatible disk that is formatted in WordPerfect 6.0 (or an earlier
version of WordPerfect) and as hardcopy (on 8-1/2 x 11 white paper).
Use as few computer codes as possible. It is very time-consuming and
expensive to edit codes as well as text. Codes should be inserted at the
beginning of the manuscript and limited to the following:
Font: Times New Roman (or Times Roman)
Font Size: 12-point
Margins: 1 on all four sides
Spacing: Double (entire manuscript)
After the title and author lines and before the narrative text, provide a
concise (one paragraph) abstract that summarizes the manuscript.
Do not underline in the manuscript; type your headings on lines
separate from your narrative. Do not format quotes; use quotation
Do not use footnotes. Integrate the material into the text whenever
possible; otherwise compile it at the end of the text under Notes and
number the Notes consecutively (see articles in this issue for examples).
References to literature are not cited in footnotes. Instead, type the
author s last name (and first initial if there are two or more authors with
the same last name), the year of original publication, and the page
number(s) in parentheses within the text. Consider clarity in deciding
what to do, and refer to articles in this issue for examples.
If your manuscript has already been presented or published, explain
and identify this in your first Note. In the next Note, provide an author s
statement, consisting of your name, present affiliation(s), how to contact
you, and research acknowledgments. This information must be included
with each manuscript.
Do not format References Cited; simply refer to the References Cited
sections of the various articles in this issue and follow the order for the
same type(s) of publication(s), beginning at the left margin and typing
each citation to its end (letting the computer automatically wrap to the
next line, using no Enter/Return until the next citation). Be certain to
provide complete citations, including each author s full name, location,
and where unpublished manuscripts can be obtained. Include only those
works that you actually cite in your text.
Illustrations (figures, tables, maps, drawings, photographs, and similar
material) are to be submitted on separate pages at the end of the
manuscript. The maximum size of illustrative material, including
captions, is 6.5 inches wide by 8 inches long. Submit original artwork.
Thoroughly check your manuscript for accuracy and clarity. A
common oversight is the ambiguity or absence of antecedents of
The entire manuscript including all notes, references cited, and
illustrations should not exceed 30 double-spaced pages. Book reviews
should not exceed 8 double-spaced pages. Submit three copies of the
manuscript, including one set of original artwork, your computer disk,
(and all correspondence) to:
Deward E. Walker, Jr.
c/o High Plains Applied Anthropologist
P. O. Box 4147
Boulder, CO 80306 USA
There is no charge to authors for peer review of manuscripts submitted
to the High Plains Applied Anthropologist. Manuscripts are copyedited
prior to publication and the High Plains Society for Applied
Anthropology holds the copyright.
High Plains Applied Anthropologist
Vol. 15, No. 2, Fall 1995
Setting Up Shop in the Global Marketplace: Applied
Anthropologists Amidst Immigrants, Insurgents, and
Robert A. Hackenberg. . . . . . . . . . 99
An Invited Commentary on Robert A. Hackenberg's
"Setting up Shop in the Global Marketplace:
Applied Anthropology Amidst Immigrants,
Insurgents, and Corporate Raiders"
Donald D. Stull. . . . . . . . .112
Comments About Robert A. Hackenberg's "Setting
up Shop in the Global Marketplace: Applied
Anthropologists Amidst Insurgents,
Immigrants, and Corporate Raiders"
Louise Lamphere. . . . . . . . .115
With Confidence and Courage: A Response to
Louise Lamphere's and Donald Stull's
Robert A. Hackenberg . . . . . .117
The Challenge of Anthropological Practice: Trends, Ideals,
Speculations, and the Joys of Getting Things Done
Robert T. Trotter II . . . . . . . . . . .119
Reflections on Education in Applied Anthropology
Wanda Carlile and Pat Hatfield . . . . . .125
The Contract Experience: Training Students in a Professional
Pat Hatfield, Gretchen Jordan, Ian Macgillivray, Lee Hoffer,
and Jan Simmons . . . . . . . . . . .128
Metaphors of Power and the Power of Metaphor in American
Biomedicine: A Tale of Voice, Voicelessness, and
Howard F. Stein. . . . . . . . . . . . . .131
Political and Medical Ecology of Modern Health Care in the
United Arab Emirates
Susan L. Wilson. . . . . . . . . . . . . .144
Is Human Culture Oncogenic for Uncontrolled Population
Growth and Ecological Destruction?
Warren M. Hern . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155
AIDS and Domestic Violence: The Care and Safehousing of
Battered Women With AIDS
Joan C. Ludeke . . . . . . . . . . . . . .165
Domestic Violence and the Legal System: A Study in Boulder,
Carol E. Kelley. . . . . . . . . . . . . .170
Farm Women and Machines Montana-Style
Katherine M. Weist . . . . . . . . . . . .177
Ethnic Studies: A View from the Trenches
Evelyn Hu-DeHart . . . . . . . . . . . . .182
The Distributed Nature of Culture
Orlay Plummer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185