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Reflexivity: who am I to ask questions? 

Reflexivity: who am I to ask questions?
Reflexivity: who am I to ask questions?

Annie Bartlett

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date: 23 September 2020

This chapter discusses reflexivity as a uniquely anthropological contribution to method. It rehearses the development of the concept and explores it in relation to the study of the three wards. It describes hidden and visible researcher identities and critiques the failure of anthropology to deal effectively with the relationship of the researcher to the ethnographic field.

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