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Question 1: The readings for “Topic 3: Fieldwork” all touched on, to varying degrees, ethical concerns related to the idea of doing ethnography

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Question 1: The readings for “Topic 3: Fieldwork” all touched on, to varying degrees, ethical concerns related to the idea of doing ethnography. Did the readings and video raise any ethical issues that concerned you? You can think of either ethical issues the authors raised or (more interestingly) things that struck you as problematic. As the Peterson article hinted at, for example, there was a controversy about Chagnon’s work with the Yanomami. (I encourage you to look this up on Wikipedia or Google Darkness in El Dorado.) What ethical obligations do you think anthropologists should have to the people they study? Why? Support your answer with examples from the readings.

 

For question 1 watch Watch video A Man Called Bee (only first 34:49 required) and read  Doing Fieldword Among the Yanomano.pdf  , Glenn Peterson_Important to whom.pdf and  Glenn Peterson_Important to whom.pdf

 

Question 2: According to the article by Karen Brodkin Sacks, how did Jews “become white folks?”

 

For question 2 read Brodkin - How Did Jews Become White Folks

 

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