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Localised (situated) feminism/ethics

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Who is your feminism for? What if your feminism doesn’t work for me? Can we navigate a more localised approach to feminism and research ethics? How can we reform our ethical framework? Can we rethink the bureaucratic system around ethics to protect both researchers and participants in an inclusive way?

Core reading:

Henry, Marsha (2003) Where are you really from?: representation, identity and power in the fieldwork experiences of a South Asian diasporic. Qualitative Research, 3 (2). pp. 229-242. ISSN 1468 -7941

This talk is part of the South Asia: Women in the Field series.

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