Public benefits of archaeology in Australia: Results from a pilot study

01st December 2007

Sarah Colley

A questionnaire survey asked students enrolled in second year archaeology subjects at the University of Sydney for their opinions about the wider public benefits of archaeology. Most answers emphasised benefits arising from archaeological knowledge rather than those associated with experiences of archaeology. Possible reasons for this trend and some wider implications are discussed.

Sarah Colley
Public benefits of archaeology in Australia: Results from a pilot study
December 2007
65
30–36
Editorial
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