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In dealing with ethical dilemmas, anthropology students, researchers and practitioners may find the following resources useful:

Committee on Ethics Statements:

AAA Code of Ethics:

Teaching Ethics:

Historical documents representing previous steps taken by the AAA to provide ethical guidance to its members:

Other AAA groups that are currently addressing anthropological ethics:

Other anthropological and social science associations that have established ethics codes or statements:

Other online ethics resources, including free modules for Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training:



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