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‘From Nation To Family’: Researching Gender And Sexuality

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This chapter first examines the relevant history of applied cultural research and the ethical guidelines established to direct it. Attention is focused on the American Anthropological Association (AAA)'s Code of Ethics and the history of events leading to its adoption. It then differentiates between the 'Science Model of Ethics' that grounds the AAA's approach to research with a second model that we call the 'Mandate Model of Ethics'. Next, the chapter explains how neither the Science Model of ethics nor the Mandate Model of ethics provide sufficient guidance for cultural research into peace and security for the benefit of designing policy and practice. It generates a first-pass at questions and themes that may help structure the encounters between agencies and the beneficiary communities when applied cultural research for designing or redesigning policies and practices.

Keywords:cooperative ethics; cultural research; peace; security



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