CONTENIDO: Themes in the practice of development anthropology, Edward C. Green. -- The strategy of development and the role of the anthropologist, Edward Robins. -- Breaking new ground: agricultural anthropology, Robert E. Rhoades. -- Problems and perspectives in development anthropology: the short-term assignment, Edward Robins. -- A short-term consultancy in Bangladesh, Edward C. Green. -- Analyzing irrigation's impact in Northwest India: an ethnographic approach, David J. Groenfeldt. -- Anthropology in the context of a water-borne disease control project, Edward C. Green. -- Development and dissertation: field research opportunities on a pastoral development project in Niger, John J. Curry. -- U.S. Development assistance to morocco in upgrading a Casablanca squatter community - As seen through the lens of a development anthropologist, John P. Mason. -- Anthropology in upland and rainfed development in the philippines, Sam Fujisaka. -- Experiences in a private, international development agency, Anthony J. DiBella. -- Implications of development policies for agriculture in Taiwan, Ruth Ann Sando. -- The locals fight back when times are tough: the enthnography of health care in Peru, Kjell Enge and Polly Harrison. -- Social analysis in AID: lessons from Africa, Edward H. Greeley. -- Project development in Kenya, Edward H. Greeley. -- Applied anthropology and the development bureaucracy: Lessons from Nepal, Janice Sacherer. -- Finding employment in development anthropology, John Mason and Edward C. Green.