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An anti-racist scholar-activist ethic
Working in service to racial justice
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Although there has been relatively little written to date about the practice of far right research, there is growing recognition that the complex ethical and political challenges researchers face are important subject matter in their own right. This chapter therefore brings together scholarship on anti-racist scholar-activism and the far right and its mainstreaming to explore how the principle of working in service can guide the praxes of those researching race, racism, and anti-racism. Centring questions of social usefulness and accountability, the chapter reflects on how an in service orientation urges us to push back against approaches within far right studies that risk amplifying and legitimising the far right. Instead, working in service requires us to place ourselves firmly on the side of communities of resistance and racial justice more broadly.

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The ethics of researching the far right

Critical approaches and reflections

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