By Shashi Roopram
The critique that anthropologists are complicit in reproducing colonial practices is a critique that is haunting them since the nineteenth century. This was one of the reasons that anthropologists started to emphasize the importance of ethics in their research. This is an essay that reflects on the implications of ethics in anthropology and the moral models that sprung out of them.
This article by Shashi Roopram was originally published in Amsterdam Social Science Volume 4 Issue 2 (2012). Click here for the complete article.
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