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Relatively Ethical: A Comparison of Linguistic Research Paradigms in Alaska and Indonesia
Title:
Relatively Ethical: A Comparison of Linguistic Research Paradigms in Alaska and Indonesia
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Holton, Gary. 2009. Relatively Ethical: A Comparison of Linguistic Research Paradigms in Alaska and Indonesia. Language Documentation & Conservation 3(2):
1934-5275
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Contributor:
Holton, Gary (author)
Date:
2009
Publisher:
University of Hawai'i Press
Description:
Just as there is no single model for community-based research, ethical standards for community engagement are not universal. Drawing from personal experiences with language documentation among threatened communities in two very different parts of the world, this paper examines the challenges of applying universal ethical guidelines for linguistic fieldwork.
National Foreign Language Resource Center
Content language:
English
DCMI type:
Text
Other format:
15 pages
Other rights:
Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives License
Other subject:
linguistic fieldwork
Alaska
eastern Indonesia
ethical guidelines
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Article
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Archive: Language Documentation and Conservation
Online: Yes
DCMI type: Text
Content language: English
Date: 2000 - 2009
Date: 2000 and later
Contributor: Holton, Gary
Publisher: University of Hawai'i Press
Title: Relatively Ethical: A Comparison of Linguistic Research Paradigms in Alaska and Indonesia
Other format: 15 pages
Other rights: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives License
Other subject: Alaska
Other subject: eastern Indonesia
Other subject: ethical guidelines
Other subject: linguistic fieldwork
Other type: Article