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Code for Research

The San people are some of the most studied in the world, but because the San have felt mistreated by researchers in the past, they've drawn up a code of conduct for anyone wishing to study their genes, knowledge, or culture, writes University of Central Lancashire's Kate Chatfield at the Conversation.

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