1. Continuing our Speculative Study in the Present: Critique as Provocation
  2. J. Blake Scott, Lisa Melonçon, Cathryn Molloy
  3. pp. iii-xiv
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  1. Distributed Feminist Rhetorical Agency after a Rape Accusation
  2. Kim Hensley Owens
  3. pp. 371-407
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  1. Multiple Voices on Authorship and Authority in Biomedical Publications
  2. Lisa DeTora, Sabina Alam, Leslie Citrome, J. Britt Holbrook, Catherine Skobe, Tanya Stezhka, Dikran Toroser
  3. pp. 408-429
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  1. Ethics in Praxis: Situational, Embodied, Relational
  2. Lisa Melonçon, Cathryn Molloy, J. Blake Scott
  3. pp. 430-436
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  1. Negotiating the Ethics of Representation in RHM Research
  2. Melissa Carrion
  3. pp. 437-448
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  1. Conflicting Obligations: Considering the Downstream Effects of Human Subjects Research Protections
  2. Amy R. Reed
  3. pp. 449-461
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  1. An Ethics-of-Care Paradigm in Opposition Research: The Tensions of Studying a Pro-Life Organization
  2. Sommer Marie Sterud
  3. pp. 462-482
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