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Below are links to interesting websites that examine issues of archaeological and professional ethics.

Association for Practical and Applied Ethics
Indiana University
www.indiana.edu/~appe/

AAA Ethics Homepage
Links to resources for anthropological ethics and codes of other social science professions
www.aaanet.org/committees/ethics/ethics.htm

Carter McNamara's (1999) Complete Guide to Ethics Management: An Ethics Toolkit for Managers
Issued under the auspices of The Management Assistance Program for Nonprofits; various formal methods for identifying and resolving ethical dilemmas developed for business ethics.
www.mapnp.org/library/ethics/ethxgde.htm

Centre for Applied Ethics
The W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics at the University of British Columbia includes links to corporate codes of ethics online and to other applied ethics resources on the Internet.
www.ethics.ubc.ca/

The Center for Archaeology in the Public Interest
Center at Indiana University, associated with the Archaeology and Social Context PhD track in the IU Anthropology Department.
www.indiana.edu/~capi

Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions (CSEP)
“The Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions (CSEP) was established in 1976 to promote research and teaching on practical moral problems in the professions.”
http://ethics.iit.edu/index.html

CODEX List of professional codes of ethics
http://www.codex.vr.se/codex_eng/codex/oversikter/etik/yrkesetik.html

Culture Without Context
Publication of the Illicit Antiquities Research Centre
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
www.mcdonald.cam.ac.uk/iarc/culturewithoutcontext/contents.htm

Electronic Bibliography on Archaeology, Antiquities, Theft, and Looting
Jonathan Sazonoff
www.museum-security.org/artifacts-saz.htm

Ethics in Anthropology
A solid list with web links of professional codes of ethics and conduct, related information, case studies, a very comprehensive and interesting section on issues and controversies and additional resources put together by Sharon Stoerger, MLS, MBA
http://www.web-miner.com/anthroethics.htm

Florida Public Archaeology Network
This network of public archaeology centers around Florida hopes to stem the destruction of archaeological sites and increase public interest in archaeology by participating in public outreach and assisting local governments.
http://www.flpublicarchaeology.org/

Illicit Antiquities Research Centre
A project of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
www.mcdonald.cam.ac.uk/IARC/home.htm

A Line in the Sand
Cultural and intellectual property issues and ethics comprise one large section of this website.
www.hanksville.org/sand/

The Looting Question Bibliography
Web and Literary Resources on the Archaeological Politics of Private Collecting, Commercial Treasure Hunting, Looting, and “Professional” Archaeology, by Hugh Jarvis
http://wings.buffalo.edu/anthropology/Documents/lootbib.shtml

Network of Applied Anthropologists
This Web site provides an introduction to various resources provided by the Network of Applied Anthropologists. These resources include analyses of ethical dilemmas and sample case studies, similar to those used in the SAA Ethics Bowl.
http://www.theasa.org/applications/ethics/index.htm

Protocols for Native American Archival Materials
The Web site discusses the best practices for sensitive and effective management and curation of Native American materials. There are also links to laws and ethical codes, endorsements, resources, and the First Archivists Circle.
http://www2.nau.edu/libnap-p/index.html

Public Archaeology in the United States: A Timeline
Provided by the National Parks Service, this timeline includes a history of public archaeology in the U.S., including an excellent bibliography and “links” section.
http://www.cr.nps.gov/archeology/timeline/timeline.htm

Saving Antiquities for Everyone
SAFE is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving cultural heritage worldwide
www.savingantiquities.org

Sources of Information on Antiquities Theft
Laura Pope Robbins, MLS
www.dowling.edu/library/papers/laura/theft.html

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