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The anthropological fieldwork is an intense experience that questions the role of the researcher as well as the scientific status of knowledge. The involvements of the ethnographers in the research processes and in the relations with their interlocutors question the neutrality that other sciences idealize or can more easily take for granted and challenge the ideals of objectivity. From this perspective the article discusses the privileged position held by the discipline, nicely summarized bydoi:10.23880/aeoaj-16000125 fatcat:njm4zbicu5alxe3cjoxazsjagu