9_20_2011__7__Applying+Anthropological+Ethics

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** Note: Sit somewhere different today. Working Through Ethical Situations September 20, 2011
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Announcements Reading Activity #1 Office location Test 1 on Thursday Anthropological Ethics Why discuss ethics in this class? Mechanisms for addressing ethical issues Current ethical issues in anthropology Applying ethics Next Week New Section: Life stages and Relationships Development, Childhood, Education
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Who sees our work? What are our responsibilities? Some problems Examples: Napoleon Chagnon, Yanomamö : Margaret Mead Representation, Interpretation, and Impact
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Representations: How are Indigenous people represented by the media? Where do these ideas and interpretations come from? Trailer for Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto What are anthropologists’ responsibilities to address these?
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Preservation Who owns cultural knowledge, anthropological information, and interpretations? Should everything be
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course PHIL-P 100 taught by Professor Frederickschmitt during the Fall '08 term at Indiana.

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