By Bhagawandas P. Lathi
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However, its publication brought in the open that scientists are biased. In a further step I claimed that ethnographic records show abundantly that the subjects of study hold biases too: they mistrust the ethnographer, or project expectations on him or her, or like or dislike him, and so on. 8 The important point here is that the colonial attitude of the positivistic researcher forbids the alteration of these conditions: with this view on science the researcher is the sole observer, the only interpreter and the final decision maker on issues of relevance, veracity and truth.
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An Introduction to Random Signals and Communications Theory by Bhagawandas P. Lathi