Anthropologists, like all human beings, are carriers of a culture and members of a society. As such, they share behavior, attitudes and values with other members of the sociocultural units into which they are born ( 1 ). These behaviors, attitudes and values are subject to change, of course, but they are laid down early in life and become an integral part of the individuals involved. The field of anthropology itself, although of international scope in terms of country of origin of its members, originated and developed within Euroamerican civilization. Thus, its accepted behaviors, attitudes and values tend to reflect those of Euroamerican peoples.