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Protocols for working with Indigenous artists0

Posted by Admin in on May 29, 2015
 

Protocols produced by the Australia Council for the Arts for the commissioning of music, writing, visual arts, media arts and performing arts. In December 2014 the Australian Research Council recommended that all funded institutions adhere to theses protocols. The protocols discuss a range of ethical considerations, such as:

  1. engaging artists;
  2. adapting work;
  3. traditional motifs;
  4. representation of deceased people;
  5. secret and sacred materials;
  6. moral rights;
  7. Indigenous control;
  8. attribution and copyright;
  9. respect and proper returns.

The ARC also stated that “the Protocols may also have much broader application, and, as applicable, advises that any researchers accessing, using or reproducing music, literature, arts, images or ceremonies of Indigenous peoples, or Indigenous cultural materials conduct their research in accordance with these protocols.”

Research Ethics (Journal) – Most Read Articles (Updated monthly)0

Posted by Admin in on May 29, 2015
 

“Research Ethics is aimed at all readers and authors interested in ethical issues in the conduct of research, the regulation of research, the procedures and process of ethical review as well as broader ethical issues related to research such as scientific integrity and the end uses of research. The journal aims to promote, provoke, host and engage in open and public debate about research ethics on an international scale but also to contribute to the education of researchers and reviewers of research. This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).”

Publication ethics – Topic on Research-Ethics.net0

Posted by Admin in on May 29, 2015
 

Oxford University Research Integrity Seminar Series0

Posted by Admin in on May 29, 2015
 

Recorded in 2009–11, this is a free short series of audio recordings (and a few slides). Most of the presentations are around 45mins long. Even though the series has a definite biomedical focus, it includes useful commentary about matters such as authorship / acknowledgement, falsification/plagiarism of data, conflicts of interest, and research integrity in general. Of possible interest for researchers (early career and more experienced, HDR students and research managers.

Also available as downloadable media files.

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