Anthropologists also tend to look for similarities and differences between people and their cultures. For example, we know that every culture is ethnocentric - that is they believe their way of life, their values, their worldview is superior to all others. This is true over every culture in the world. The question is why? Why do cultures take this perspective? The answer appears relatively simple. If we believe our way of life is better, then we simply reject anything foreign that comes along. We feel okay by protecting what we think is important. Think of it this way. What happens when someone comes along and shatters your way of seeing “something”. If this “something” is important to you, then you begin to question what else you might have to change in the manner you think about things. It has the potential to create doubts about your way of seeing the world.
To that point, professional archaeologists work with amateur archaeologists on a daily basis. Be it through public outreach, working with the archaeological and anthropological societies like Central States, or one-on-one with landowners and enthusiasts, even *gasp* metal detectorists! Archaeologists depend on what May would call amateurs in order to learn more about the areas we work in and the people we work with. I’m not trying to paint some pie-in-the-sky image of professional and amateurs skipping hand in hand, but it’s hardly antagonistic like May seems to want it to be.
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