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A brilliant doctoral student of Lee's is preparing for her dissertation defense in a medical anthropology program. Her research on family relationships and child treatment discusses the borderlands of the discipline, child abuse and neglect. She has important theoretical contributions to make in the area of evolving cultural definitions of parent-child relationships among the subpopulation she studied in the US. The student plans to publish her work as an ethnography, complete with many of the candid black-and-white photos she took of the children and families she studied. Lee is stunned by the evocative power of these photographs, but has come to three discomfiting conclusions:
How should Lee facilitate the dissemination of this student's important work and help her to protect her research subjects?
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