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Research Ethics: A Source Guide to Conducting Research with Indigenous Peoples (Indigenous Geography 2016)0

Posted by Admin in on November 3, 2016
 

“This free, online resource attempts to keep abreast of scholarship, protocols, and other documents relating to the conduct of research in Indigenous settings.

A great deal of literature and guidelines have emerged regarding appropriate methods and practices for conducting research with Indigenous Peoples. This page intends to keep abreast of these publications and statements. While this list is organized regionally, all sources have contributions to the overall discussion

If you are aware of sources not listed here, or find broken links, please contact the webmaster.

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Ethical Requirements and Responsibilities in Video Methodologies: Considering Confidentiality and Representation in Social Justice Research (Papers: Steph M. Anderson and Carolina Muñoz Proto 2016)0

Posted by Admin in on October 30, 2016
 

Abstract

In recent years, psychologists have begun to use video more frequently in qualitative research, in particular, within research on social justice. The non-confidential nature inherent in video, however, raises new ethical challenges for the field of psychology to address. Building upon a growing literature on video-based research, in this article, we use an illustrative case study to examine how researchers’ sense of ethical responsibility can find guidance from, clash against, or fill gaps left by extant federal and disciplinary ethical requirements. We focus specifically on issues of confidentiality and representation, highlighting the challenges and possibilities that video creates in relation to participants’ power, dignity, and participation and arguing that psychologists must systematically engage questions about ethical responsibilities throughout the design and implementation phases of a research project. In doing so, psychologists, their community partners, and students will be better able to articulate and problematize their assumptions and intentions regarding video work.

Anderson SM and Muñoz CP (2016) Ethical Requirements and Responsibilities in Video Methodologies: Considering Confidentiality and Representation in Social Justice Research. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 10(7) pp377-389 DOI 10.1111/spc3.12259
Publisher: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/spc3.12259/abstract
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/304821606_Ethical_Requirements…
Academia: https://www.academia.edu/28516816/Ethical_Requirements…

Friday afternoon’s funny – Confidentiality and public figures0

Posted by Admin in on October 28, 2016
 

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Cartoon by Don Mayne www.researchcartoons.com

Ethics in Early Childhood Research (Books – Chapter Ann Farrell, et al | 2016)0

Posted by Admin in on October 25, 2016
 

Abstract:
Recent decades have seen an upsurge of research with and about young children, their families and communities. The Handbook of Early Childhood Research will provide a landmark overview of the field of early childhood research and will set an agenda for early childhood research into the future. It includes 31 chapters provided by internationally recognized experts in early childhood research. The team of international contributors apply their expertise to conceptual and methodological issues in research and to relevant fields of practice and policy. The Handbook recognizes the main childhoodcontexts of early childhood research: home and family contexts; out-of-home contexts such as services for young children and their families; and broader societal contexts of that evoke risk for young children.

The Handbook includes sections on: the field of early childhood research and its key contributions; new theories and theoretical approaches in early childhood research; collecting and analysing data; applications of early childhood research

This Handbook will become the valuable reference text for students, practitioners and researchers from across the social sciences and beyond who are engaged in research with young children.

Disciplines: Education, Communication and Media Studies, Counseling and Psychotherapy, Health

Keywords: children, early childhood, youngest child, childhood

Farrell A, Kagan SL. & Tisdall E M. (2016). Ethics in early childhood research. In Farrell, A., Kagan, S. L. & Tisdall, E. M. The SAGE handbook of early childhood research (pp. 187-200). London, : SAGE Publications Ltd doi: 10.4135/9781473920859.n12
Publisher: https://au.sagepub.com/en-gb/oce/the-sage-handbook-of-early-childhood-research/book240838

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