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What practical and ethical dilemmas do anthropologists face in the design of knowledge transfer activities for research proposals? Funding councils increasingly view knowledge exchange as an essential component of social science research. Knowledge exchange also entails the forging of reciprocal relations with informants or "users" and the identification of non-academic "user referees" to comment on the applicability and usefulness of the research. This paper reflects on some of the issues anddoi:10.22582/am.v13i1.231 fatcat:oj46djl4obfpjoua6b2ggv5ata