Reflections on Engaged Anthropology
This chapter focuses on the positionality and ethical challenges faced by the author. As a Buddhist and an anthropologist, the author struggled with how to be faithful to her beliefs, her scholarship and her advocacy work all at once. This chapter speaks to the complexity of participant observation, advocacy anthropology and ethnographic writing.
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