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Ethical Dilemmas and Moral Conundrums

Negotiating the Unforeseen Challenges of Ethnographic Fieldwork

Jocelyn D. Avery

the word ‘confidential’ can be. As agreed upon by the ERB and the SSED, the participant information form stated that ‘all information collected will be completely confidential to protect the privacy of individuals and [the SEN College]’, but did the

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Magdalena Rodziewicz

privacy: ‘the private space of every human which should not be violated’ ( Khabar Online 2016 ). Therefore, it has been proposed that the form of relationship that a person engages in belongs to his or her private sphere and as such should not be subject

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Too Little, Too Late?

The Challenges of Providing Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare to Men on College Campuses

Lilian Milanés and Joanna Mishtal

pseudonym. The sensitive nature of sexual and reproductive care provided to men made participant observation limited to time spent in the clinic’s waiting rooms due to the protection of patients’ privacy. Thus, this article focuses on the providers

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Reinventing Anthropological Topics

Soheila Shahshahani

it illegal to those who consider ‘the good and pure intentions’ sufficient), and to see how the legal notion of ‘right to privacy’ can protect individuals from punishment. Legal, religious and sociological views are discussed, and the article

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Alone Together

Intimacy and Semi-Mobility during Ho Chi Minh City's Lockdown

Van Minh Nguyen

people with whom they do not have physical contact, loneliness and social isolation are growing health concerns. For those who are under lockdown with their family, partner or friends, lack of privacy and higher risks of interpersonal tensions can

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Good People Doing Bad Things

Compliance Regimes in Organisations

Steven Sampson

local and specialist meetings on topics such as anti-corruption and data privacy compliance (e.g. the EU General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR). Time and geographic limitations were considerable, as was the reluctance of certain informants to reveal

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Dancing with the Junta Again

Mistreatment of Women Activists by the Tatmadaw Following the Military Coup in Myanmar

A. A. (Myanmar Researcher) and Liv S. Gaborit

Conditions The interviewees described the conditions inside prisons as overcrowded, with no COVID-19 precautions, and with a lack of sleeping space, a lack of privacy on the open toilets, a lack of access to these toilets, a lack of drinking water, a lack

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‘But No One Died’: A Brief Reflection on Place and Time

Edited by Christine McCourt

similarly titled seminar held at The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in May 2018, ‘Is Anthropology Legal?’, discusses the possible impact of new European data privacy legislation – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – on

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Pandemic Passages

An Anthropological Account of Life and Liminality during COVID-19

Genevieve Bell

, as well as ideas about voyeurism, danger and privacy, national celebrations, personal rituals and religious practices have been transformed and transmuted. Intermediation and Services: Ideas about Managing the Seams and Transitions Transitions

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The Pandemic of Productivity

The Work of Home and the Work from Home

Suchismita Chattopadhyay

site of the home in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis. The home is popularly understood as a site of intimacy, privacy and leisure. However, the onset of the pandemic followed by the norms of physical distancing and home isolation has made the home a