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Ana Ashtalkovska Gajtanoska


One of the aspects in discussions about standpoint epistemology is sex/gender as an important factor in fieldwork and in the full process of knowledge creation. This article explains how the assumption of sex/gender identity influencing fieldwork communication is implemented in practice, illustrated through several fieldwork experiences of the author.

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Ashtalkovska Gajtanoska, Ana. 2017. “WOMANS’ INTIMACY AT FIELDWORK -TECHNICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS”. EthnoAnthropoZoom/ЕтноАнтропоЗум, no. 13 (November), 109-29. https://doi.org/10.37620/EAZ15130109ag.
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