No One Knows His Place In Society His Class Position Or Social Status And The Li

No one knows his place in society, his class position or social status . . . and the like (137). Rawls`s point, adapted to the ethnographic endeavor, means establishing a just sense of engagement based on shared discussions. Having a clearer sense of the value gained from his fieldwork in relation to the rewards returned to informants, is likely to be at an advantage in such discussions. Were the informant?

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