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Anthropology, Advocacy, and Activism
Edited by Victoria Sanford and Asale Angel-Ajani; By Asale Angel-Ajani, Victoria Sanford, Phillippe Bourgois, Irina Carlota Silber, Rosalva Aida Hernandez Castillo, Dr. Monique Skidmore, Shannon Speed, Dana-Ain Davis, Michael Bosia, Roberta Culbertson, John Collins, Aldo Civico, and Kay Warren; Foreword by Phillippe Bourgois
Rutgers University Press
Anthropology has long been associated with an ethos of “engagement.” The field’s core methods and practices involve long-term interpersonal contact between researchers and their study participants, giving major research topics in the field a distinctively human face. Can research findings be authentic and objective? Are anthropologists able to use their data to aid the participants of their study, and is that aid always welcome?
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