This timely and topical look at the role of ethics in fieldwork takes into account some of the major issues confronting qualitative researchers. The main purposes of this book are twofold: to promote an understanding of the harmful possibilities of fieldwork; and to provide ways of dealing with ethical problems and dilemmas. To these ends, examples of actual fieldwork are provided that address ethical problems and dilemmas, and posit ways of dealing with them.
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Table of Contents
IntroductionThe Moral Career of the Qualitative FieldworkerScripts and Staging the SelfBack Regions and Sensitive MethodsRoles and Role PerformanceEthical Dilemmas The Demands and Expectations of Various AudiencesField Notes Ethics and the Emotional SelfTextual 'Impression Management' of Self and OthersConclusion