Reciprocity Rules : Friendship and Compensation in Fieldwork Encounters
Focusing on compensation, friendship, and collaboration, this book explores what anthropologists and research participants give to each other in and beyond fieldwork. Contributors argue that while learning and following the local rules of reciprocity are challenging, they are essential to responsible research and efforts to decolonize anthropology -- Provided by publisher.
Social Science, Methodology, Psychology, Research and Methodology, Cultural Anthropology, Social Science, Anthropology, Theory and Methods, Fieldwork, Reciprocity, Interpersonal Relations
Anthropology | Other Anthropology | Social and Cultural Anthropology
Sociology & Anthropology
Searles, Edmund and Johnson, Michelle C., "Reciprocity Rules : Friendship and Compensation in Fieldwork Encounters" (2021). Faculty Books. 90.
Michelle C. Johnson, editor ; Edmund (Ned) Searles, editor
Introduction -- Michelle C. Johnson and Edmund (Ned) Searles, authors ; p. xi-xxi
Predestined Help : Cosmology and Constraint in Transnational Fieldwork -- Michelle C. Johnson, author ; p. 19-38
Cigarettes, Cash, or Spare Parts : Compensation and Reciprocity in Arctic Research -- Edmund (Ned) Searles, author ; p. 79-97.