By Jedidjah de Vries
Academics often fail to appreciate the ethical import of their work. Marx’s theory of alienation offers a lens through which to understand how researchers come to be distanced from the ethical implications of their work.
This article by Jedidjah de Vries was first published in Amsterdam Social Science Volume 1 Issue 4 (2009). Click here for the full text.
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