Posts Tagged ‘ ethics ’

Empowerment through participation in representation?

October 30, 2009
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Most projects that set out to facilitate community participation in the creation of representations – be it for social justice advocacy; health and wellbeing; or cultural documentation – do so with a belief that participation in the making of representations about ones own community or culture can be empowering and re-construct power dynamics and...

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Ethics in collaborative art and collaborative ethnographic practice… beginning a conversation

October 27, 2009
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In my ongoing research about practices and experiences in projects that unite collaborative art and collaborative ethnographic practices the topic of ethics has come up time and time again, mostly in discussions with project facilitators who find themselves face to face with ethical dilemmas which were unanticipated at the outset of their work. From...

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