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Ryan Schram (admin) [Ethnographic refusal]
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    * One example is the way people talk about so-called "cargo cults" in PNG. Are they an example of "​episodic time" or do they represent people'​s resistance to colonial domination (Errington 1974, McDowell 1988, Kaplan 1995, Billings 2002, Jebens 2004)? ​    * One example is the way people talk about so-called "cargo cults" in PNG. Are they an example of "​episodic time" or do they represent people'​s resistance to colonial domination (Errington 1974, McDowell 1988, Kaplan 1995, Billings 2002, Jebens 2004)? ​
  
-* More recently, scholars have revived this terms and argued for a positive interpretation of refusal. When they use the term, they mean refusal to represent specific topics in pubilshed academic ethnographic writings, and instead collaborate with their informants on ways to for them to speak for themselves and create knowledge about themselves that is valuable for their community (Simpson 2007)+* More recently, scholars have revived this label and argued for a positive interpretation of refusal. When they use the term, they mean refusal to represent specific topics in pubilshed academic ethnographic writings, and instead collaborate with their informants on ways to for them to speak for themselves and create knowledge about themselves that is valuable for their community (Simpson 2007)
    * Intellectual ownership or "​copyright"​    * Intellectual ownership or "​copyright"​
    * Secrecy    * Secrecy
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