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Reciprocity is a principle that characterises research as a mutually beneficial exchange between researcher and participants who recognise each other as moral beings and enforce on each other adherence to an agreed upon set of moral norms.


In research, reflexivity refers to the researchers’ willingness to see knowledge as shaped by values, norms and situated practices of knowledge production, and to account for this in how they conduct and present themselves and their research.


Relationalities is a term used by new materialist scholars to signal the entanglements or web of relationships that constitute our being-becoming in the world.


Representations are the portrayals of particular encounters, events, situations, moments or people.

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