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Guest Blog: Performing Identities on Facebook: Young Bhutanese Women and 'Selfie' Photos
I met Jessica about a year ago, at a mutual friends 21st Birthday when we discovered we were both completing our Master's degrees in Anthropology - we met again, a few months later, at an Anthropology conference in Queenstown and the paper she presented on ...

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#TheoryThursday
I met the rhizome about two and a half years ago and since then it won't go away. Honestly once you know about it, you'll see it everywhere, kind of like the game, which you just lost. We were introduced by Deleuze and Guattari in 1987 at 'A Thousand Platea...

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Understanding Reflexivity  Reflexivity is the awareness of the effect that anthropologists have on their research, the experience of fieldwork and the process of writing ethnography - applying a reflexive approach allows one to reflect on the production of ...

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Anthropology... What kind of job will you get with that? - Chats with Sam
Last week at Victoria University, we had 'Study at Vic Day' - an open day for prospective students. I spent some time on the Cultural Anthropology stand, talking to potential students who were interested in studying Anthropology... aside from many people ha...

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TW: Discussions of Racism  Defining ethnocentrism  Recognizing and addressing ethnocentrism is one of the most important parts of anthropological practice. Being ethnocentric involves evaluating another culture solely through the lens of your own cultural v...

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Be(com)ing a Responsible Māori Researcher - Reflecting on Fieldwork with Ngāti Rakaipaaka
Hi
anthfriends! The following is a paper reflecting on the fieldwork I did with my
iwi, Ngāti Rakaipaaka, for my thesis. I presented it last year at the
International Competing Responsibilities Conference held in Wellington. Happy
reading – Hollie :) Tane-N...

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Be(com)ing a Responsible Māori Researcher - Reflecting on Fieldwork with Ngāti Rakaipaaka
Hi
anthfriends! The following is a paper reflecting on the fieldwork I did with my
iwi, Ngāti Rakaipaaka, for my thesis. I presented it last year at the
International Competing Responsibilities Conference held in Wellington. Happy
reading – Hollie :) Tane-N...

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Be(com)ing a Responsible Māori Researcher - Reflecting on Fieldwork with Ngāti Rakaipaaka
Hi
anthfriends! The following is a paper reflecting on the fieldwork I did with my
iwi, Ngāti Rakaipaaka, for my thesis. I presented it last year at the
International Competing Responsibilities Conference held in Wellington. Happy
reading – Hollie J Tēnā ko...

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Anthropology... what kind of job will you get with that? - words of wisdom from Hayley
Kia ora! Long time no see. We thought we would kick off a new round of blog posts with one of our most popular features 'anthropology... what kind of job will you get with that?'. Yes if you have ever been a student of cultural anthropology you will most li...
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