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Control And Contingency: Maintaining Ethical Stances In Research, International Journal of Internet Research Ethics (Journal: Natasha Whiteman 2010)0

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JOURNAL: Whiteman, Natasha. “Control and contingency: Maintaining ethical stances in research.” International Journal of Internet Research Ethics 3.1 (2010): 6-22.

Abstract:
Drawing from the author’s experience of carrying out observational research in two online communities, this paper explores the instability of localised research ethics. The paper presents a framework for conceptualising the ongoing production and destabilisation of ethical stances in research, arguing that such destabilisation can be productive, provoking methodological/ethical learning.

U.S. Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP)0

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“The Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) provides leadership in the protection of the rights, welfare, and wellbeing of subjects involved in research conducted or supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). OHRP helps ensure this by providing clarification and guidance, developing educational programs and materials, maintaining regulatory oversight, and providing advice on ethical and regulatory issues in biomedical and social-behavioral research.”

The information available from the OHRP web site includes:

  • fact sheets;
  • regulations;
  • policies and guidelines;
  • education;
  • resources;
  • news; and
  • archived material.

University of the South Pacific’s HUMAN RESEARCH ETHICS: A Handbook for USP Researchers0

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“This Handbook explains the values and principles that guide processes and practices of research involving human participants at the University of the South Pacific.

“The ethical values and principles described here apply to all University activities, to all its staff and student researchers including those visiting for short periods, and to any research agreements or partnerships that the University establishes.

“The University’s human ethics will be compliant with the laws of individual University member states, particularly in relation to privacy, confidentiality, ownership, intellectual property requirements, research permit requirements and human rights.”

Understanding Consent in Research Involving Children: The ethical Issues. A Handbook for Human Research Ethics Committees and Researchers0

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HANDBOOK

This excellent resource was written by Dr Merle Spriggs, Children’s Bioethics Centre with the following co-investigators: Associate Professor Lynn Gillam; Professor Colin Thomson; Associate Professor Justin Oakley.

“This handbook together with a project website is an educational resource developed for Human Research Ethics Committees (HRECs) and researchers. The questions in this handbook are based on actual issues of concern expressed in key informant interviews with members of HRECs who review research involving children and young people and researchers who conduct that research.2 The questions reflect ethical issues that are being encountered by researchers and HREC members and the concerns on which they seek further guidance.”

PDF copy of the handbook

CASE STUDIES

The case studies, questions and comments for A Handbook for Human Research Ethics Committees and Researchers.

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