You are most welcome to cite any of my blog posts or use the ideas in the ethical framework. It has been used in various forms and adaptations since I first drafted it for a women’s networking project in 2007.
I am glad you too are considering the complementarity of these two research projects since I, personally, would like to avoid treating them as being in binary opposition to each other (which is why I mentioned Simon’s comments). That could be a risk of posing 2 articles side by side in a journal – it could be a case of definition by difference.
Dualisms were used quite frequently in discussion on rhizo14 – I think dualities are a more fruitful way to look at ‘different’ things (knowledges, activities, …)