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anthro2.questionstoponder - Kimberly Rauch Anthropology 2...

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Kimberly Rauch Anthropology 2 Heather Thakar-Hucks 30 October 2007 Questions to Ponder Informed Consent: 1. As an anthropologist I would explain to the people that I was studying exactly what I planned on doing with the research and what questions I was planning on answering. I would tell them every detail to the information I needed and where and how I would be using it. The people involved need to know exactly how their society and customs will be portrayed and how and for what it will be used. I think that the people involved need to know exactly every single minute detail in the project. Doing No Harm: 2. I believe there should be restrictions on information that anthropologists are allowed to collect. If it will be harmful to the people they are studying or it undermines the beliefs of those people the anthropologists should respect those issues and not use that information. If, after living in the field, it appears morally problematic to collect the data that their funding agency is promised they should speak with the agency or write them a letter explaining the reasoning. If it is
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course ANTH 1 taught by Professor Hines during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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