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Feminist Knowledge  and Ethical Concerns : Towards a Geography of Situated Ethics

Savoir féministe et éthique : recherche située et éthique en géographie
Catherine White and Cathy Bailey
p. 131-141

Abstracts

This paper compares feminist writings on ‘ethic’ behaviour in research, recent debates about ethics among geographers and experiences drawn from the authors’ personal fieldwork. It advocates for the aknowledgment of situated ethics within the methodology of research, including a systematic questioning of the relationships between the interviewer and the interviewed.

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References

Bibliographical reference

Catherine White and Cathy Bailey, “Feminist Knowledge  and Ethical Concerns : Towards a Geography of Situated Ethics”Espace populations sociétés, 2004/1 | 2004, 131-141.

Electronic reference

Catherine White and Cathy Bailey, “Feminist Knowledge  and Ethical Concerns : Towards a Geography of Situated Ethics”Espace populations sociétés [Online], 2004/1 | 2004, Online since 22 September 2009, connection on 30 November 2022. URL: http://journals.openedition.org/eps/568; DOI: https://doi.org/10.4000/eps.568

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About the authors

Catherine White

Department of Geography
Lipman Building
University of Northumbria
Newcastle upon Tyne
catherine.white@unn.ac.uk

Cathy Bailey

Department of Geography
University of Durham
South Road, Durham DH1 3LE
cathy.bailey@durham.ac.uk

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