Science, stratigraphy and the deep sequence: excavation versus regional survey and the question of gendered practice in archaeology.
Antiquity, 70, (270), .
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Do gender roles, or expectations about gender roles, affect what kind of study is pursued by the individual researcher? Has excavation been rather a man's business? And if so, have other kinds of study — regional survey, for example — rather become women's business? These issues are explored as they are illuminated by the research careers of two eminent Australian contemporaries
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