Ethics of Fieldwork: with Matt Leibmann

 Matt Leibmann: John and Ruth Hazel Associate Professor of the Social Sciences

Matt Leibmann: John and Ruth Hazel Associate Professor of the Social Sciences

Associate Professor Matt Leibmann opens this section by address some of the ethical concerns of fieldwork - spanning preparation, placing oneself in the field, as well as the process of how to start writing.

  • Who benefits most from the encounters of fieldwork ?
    • Professor Liebman asks us to consider the ways we, as researchers, profit most off of our work despite our best intentions. How can we enter the field cognizant of this while still bringing various political engagements to our field sites?
       
  • Being aware of your privilege
    •  How does your own positionally and identities influence directions of fieldwork? xxxxxx blah blah
       
  • How to prepare for the field: Be "Adaptable," "Patient" and open to "Serendipity"
    • Professor Liebman discusses how to prepare for fieldwork....blah blah
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