When sexuality is in a research topic! The methodological challenges in sexuality and street healing research in Bangladesh
Anam, Md Mujibul (2014) When sexuality is in a research topic! The methodological challenges in sexuality and street healing research in Bangladesh. The Oriental Anthropologist, 14(1), pp. 27-40.
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This paper is a bridge between two studies by the author: (i) completed MA research; and (ii) on-going PhD research, on male sexual health and the street healing system in Bangladesh. Street healing, a traditional healing system in Bangladesh, is at the centre of the studies. This is a popular form of folk healing in Bangladesh, where male impotency is a central issue. The author has been researching street healing to understand male sexual health-seeking behaviour in Bangladesh. In this paper, the author brings in experiences from his MA research to explore the challenges of studying sexuality and street healing in Bangladesh and concludes by describing his plan to address those issues in his on-going PhD research.
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