Participation - most regularly refered to national Anthropological affiliations and organizations*.


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Enrollment - most habitually refered to national Anthropological affiliations and organizations* * All respondents. ** demonstrates AAA segment AAA/CoPAPIA Masters Alumni Survey 2009

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Membership – most successive territorial/nearby associations AAA/CoPAPIA Masters Alumni Survey 2009

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Do these associations meet your expert/profession needs? n=444 Percentages do exclude 196 who checked "N/An" AAA/CoPAPIA Masters Alumni Survey 2009

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Do these associations address your issues? (Mama just, by sex and specialization. N=640) Note: "Archeological center" incorporates prehistoric studies, memorable safeguarding, CRM. "Social, connected, physical or different center" incorporates claims to fame other than paleohistory - predominantly social and connected, strengths, for example, therapeutic and urban; including little quantities of physical and etymological masters. AAA/CoPAPIA Masters Alumni Survey 2009

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How are national affiliations pertinent to you? AAA/CoPAPIA Masters Alumni Survey 2009

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Meetings are Relevant to My Needs & Important to My Career (MA and PhD, by Sex and Specialization) Note: "Archeological center" incorporates archaic exploration, notable safeguarding, CRM. "Social, connected, physical or different center" incorporates strengths other than archaic exploration - predominantly social and connected, claims to fame, for example, therapeutic and urban; including little quantities of physical and phonetic pros. AAA/CoPAPIA Masters Alumni Survey 2009

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Top-positioned motivations to join an Anthropological affiliation AAA/CoPAPIA Masters Alumni Survey 2009

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