10 12 2011

10 12 2011 - methods- elicit interesting info about other...

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methods- elicit interesting info about other cultures exotic practices - and even mundane practices - e.g. mother- daughter communication --- specifically cultural anthropology Ethics and Methods - interviewing---> information- used in ethical manner anthropologists- certain responsibilities - various groups of people - - code of ethics = “American Anthropological Association” - formulated in early 1970s - = constructed- conference by CIA first part of coded ethics- ensure the safety= those being studied = e.g. doctors’ privileges material- collected- jeopardize safety of those who have studied. .. other parts of the code- passed down accepting- collaborating relationships - work with many kinds of people - - involved with--> e.g. sponsors of research, the subjects of the governments - - population interests ethical dilemmas- arise from inevitable conflict of interests - different interest groups - e.g. health- public government--> written report after research- given permit to do work - - must honor that- before doing that- report to community - - have them read through it- not use some of the points know the information- previously covered
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