Type de Publication Article
    Titre Anthropology, Ethical Dissonance, and the Construction of the Object
    Auteurs Fainzang S.
    Revue Medical Anthropology
    Résumé In this article, I discuss certain questions relating to the ethical difficulties faced by anthropologists when dealing with two different social groups and when one group holds a position of dominance over the other. In the first example, I draw on my work on doctor-patient relationships in France; in the second, on a study on reproduction in immigrant African families from Mali and Senegal, living in polygynous households in France. I use these examples to explore questions of positionality, beneficence, and potential harm. I show the choices I made in order to construct an epistemologically ethical object.
    Pages 11-23
    Volume 34
    Numéro 1
    Année 2015
    Editeur Routledge
    Url http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01459740.2014.945080
    Electronic resource num 10.1080/01459740.2014.945080
    ISBN 0145-9740

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