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Tensions between Ideologies of Authenticity and Anonymity
Anthropology and the EU General Data Protection Regulation
grounds for processing personal data, the territorial scope of research, and anonymity are pertinent to anthropologists, and provide the best spaces for consideration and critique. The primary grounds for processing personal data, for example, may no
Fantastic Imaginings, Rebellion and Control in Terry Gilliam's Brazil
It is my intention here to explore the fictional and non-fictional texts that may have informed (or are at least isomorphic to) the sentiments articulated in this seminal dystopian film. The film centres on the struggles of protagonist Sam Lowry (Jonathon Pryce), a cog in the impersonal machinery of the bureaucracy that governs Brazil's society who desires anonymity within consensus reality, but in his dreams is a winged warrior fighting noble battles with symbolic adversaries. Sam finds he is increasingly unable to successfully reconcile or differentiate these paradoxical existences as they begin to bleed into one another throughout the film.
The Frankfurt School's first years on Morningside Heights progressed very smoothly. Based on the group's activities and accomplishments, it is clear that its members had not misrepresented themselves to Columbia's sociologists and administrators. The emphasis that had been placed on scientific social research had not been an empty marketing scheme. Members of the Institute for Social Research were throughout the 1930s. This was never more true than during the first five years on Morningside Heights. Although members of the Horkheimer Circle later played up stories of their anonymity and isolation at Columbia, evidence that suggests that such claims were greatly exaggerated. heavily engaged in social research
When HIV Meets Government Morality
Kristin Soraya Batmanghelichi
In Iran, as in many countries worldwide, misinformation and ignorance of HIV/AIDS have encouraged a culture of secrecy and anonymity for those living with HIV. For many HIV-positive women, religious, political and economic pressures complicate their social status and access to health care. Moreover, they must contend with societal discrimination and stigmas associated with the condition. Adding nuance to contemporary studies on gender and sexuality in Iran, this report highlights the colourful narratives of a select group of HIV-positive mothers attending weekly wellness workshops in Tehran. Discussing issues of intimacy, modesty, motherhood and stigmatisation, this article explores one of Iran's expanding communities at risk of infection and the ways in which women with HIV negotiate the stigma of their condition in an Islamic Republic.
Penny Welch and Susan Wright
anonymity of the answers encourages less confident students to participate. The author's own survey of students produced similar findings, and he has used three of the emerging themes – the value of light-hearted competition between students, tests as an aid
Laurel Hart, Pamela Lamb, and Joshua Cader
debates is tricky: while an appreciable form of digital citizenship, there is an immediacy and sometimes anonymity to the medium that enables ethical slippages when civil discourse turns to the offensive. In this case, the interlocutors were identified by
Thomas Meagher and Farhang Erfani
humanity,” “insurrection-in-itself,” and “coercive anonymity,” to name a few, and, although “normative gaze” is rightly attributed to West, Stover's analysis really makes the term his own. However, these terms rarely receive much elaboration, and while the
Class, Gender, and Ethics in Visual Research with Girls
Janet Fink and Helen Lomax
the ethical principles of anonymity that prevail in much research ethics guidance ( Lomax 2015 ; Wiles et al. 2010 ). A survey of visual researchers by Wiles et al. (2010) suggests that researchers within this evolving research climate are
Ethical Participatory Visual Research with Girls
Astrid Treffry-Goatley, Lisa Wiebesiek, Naydene de Lange, and Relebohile Moletsane
original ones from a more critical, gender-sensitive point of view ( Mitchell and De Lange 2013 ; Mitchell et al. 2016 ). Problems with Confidentiality: Sharing Productions Publicly and Ensuring Anonymity Protecting participant identities as required by