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Ethical Aspects of Interaction with State Power (organisation of a panel)

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    0535994 - EÚ 2021 eng A - Abstract
    Slavková, Markéta
    Ethical Aspects of Interaction with State Power (organisation of a panel).
    [Etika v sociální antropologii: Křehké rámce (online). 21.11.2020, Zoom (online)]
    Institutional support: RVO:68378076
    Keywords : Ethics * Anthropology * State Power
    OECD category: Antropology, ethnology

    In the last decade multiple attempts to restrain academic freedoms by various state power structures have been recorded. In some of these cases, the restrictions were put into the practice and exceptionally they led even to the persecution of academic workers e.g. in recent years in Turkey. The mass “freezing” of passports of academic workers, their subsequent dismissal from employment and even arrests during the rule of R. T. Erdoğan were criticized across the international academic community.

    The restrictions of academic freedoms resulting from various administrative, organizational and economic changes have been in recent years observed in the countries of V4, in particular in Hungary and Poland. The common feature of these very different cases is that the changes resulted in a situation, when the possibilities to practice the discipline of social anthropology and carrying out an ethnographic fieldwork are considerably limited or a particular type of research is simply impossible. These events open a whole range of pressing questions regarding the protection of academic freedoms but also call for a reflection of the ethical practice in anthropology.
    Permanent Link: http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0314486

     
     
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