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Chapter 15: Accepting the other: On the Ethics of Intercultural Communication in Ethnographic Film

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Accepting the other: On the Ethics of Intercultural Communication in Ethnographic Film
Accepting the other: On the ethics of intercultural communication in ethnographic film
Keyan G.TomaselliArnoldShepperson

The question of ideology is generally missing from discussions of ethics. Whereas all people have acquired the language skills to query their specific cultural experience (Shepperson, 1995), the ways in which these same skills can be used to justify oppression or exploitation are crucial to the concept of ideology. In this sense, then, ideology is a set of symbolic practices by which one limited group appropriates the terms of a pregiven signifying grid, used by others to make sense of their worlds, to obscure their oppression or exploitation. The discursive orderings and legitimation of the norms by which the stronger social ...

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