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Topic: Re:Re:Re:Modeling
Posted by: nj
Date/Time: 27/10/2003 05:57:39

Hi, Kerrie.

You wrote:

(1) "...informing the modelee as to how the information will be used or disseminated may give the modelee a sense of being appreciated for their expertise."

It's more than a source model's expertise that a modeler can appreciate.  A modeler can appreciate the source model's:

(1) expertise
(2) financial interests
(3) sense of privacy
(4) beliefs and cultural rules
(5) expectations of the modelee
(6) legal constraints
(7) the source model's culture
(8) the source model's trust
(9) the source model's feelings (or the feelings of those around the source model)

Appreciating the items (1) through (9) creates ethical constraints on the modeler.  I think modelers have to work under similar ethical constraints as anthropologists practicing anthropology.


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Modeling25/10/2003 05:37:08Kerrie Higgins
     Re:Modeling25/10/2003 07:37:07nj
     Re:Modeling25/10/2003 07:37:22nj
          Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 02:19:58Kerrie Higgins
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling27/10/2003 05:57:39nj
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling27/10/2003 06:15:07nj
     Re:Modeling25/10/2003 07:39:28John Grinder
          Re:Re:Modeling25/10/2003 08:23:32Kerrie Higgins
          Re:Re:Modeling25/10/2003 13:32:49Z
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling25/10/2003 18:41:16nj
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 02:04:52Kerrie Higgins
                         Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 04:59:53Z
                              Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 12:16:57GSM
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 01:27:35Todd
               Re:Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 02:00:05Kerrie Higgins
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 04:14:31wc
                    Re:Re:Re:Re:Modeling26/10/2003 18:53:26Todd

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