Qualitative Ethics in Practice
Developing Qualitative Inquiry
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|Format: ||Paperback, 217 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 29 February 2016|
Neither ethics committees nor qualitative researchers can predict the types of ethical dilemmas that will happen in the field, only that they will routinely occur. In Qualitative Ethics in Practice, a team of fifteen top researchers from various disciplines and nationalities offer ethical strategies unique to qualitative researchers for those "big ethical moments" beyond what can be predicted by ethics committees. Ideally structured for qualitative classes that tackle ethics issues, the book -calls for an ethical code unique to the practice of qualitative research; -uses a variety of cases from education, community development, tourism, family, and other settings to examine how researchers addressed ethical dilemmas in practice, including the infamous Belfast Project; -highlights some relevant models and programs being developed that may lead to solutions.
Table of Contents
Preface Chapter 1: Qualitative Ethics in Practice, Martin Tolich Chapter 2: Qualitative Research Horror Stories, Martin Tolich Chapter 3: Are Qualitative Research Ethics Unique? Martin Tolich Chapter 4: How Emergent Research Questions Confound Mixed Methods Ethics? Martin Tolich Chapter 5: The Making(s) of a Qualitative Code of Ethics: Canadaa (TM)s Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans, Will van den Hoonaard Chapter 6: a "Not Behaving as a Grieving Mother Shoulda (TM): Exploring the Ethical Pitfalls of Identity Construction within an Insider Study of Sudden, Unexpected Child Death, Denise Turner Chapter 7: Resilient Vulnerabilities: Bereaved Persons Discuss their Experience of Participating in Thanatology Research, Bonnie Scarth and Cyril Schafer Chapter 8: Ethical Dilemmas Around Anonymity and Confidentiality in Longitudinal Research Data Sharing: The Death of Dan, Rosalind Edwards and Susie Weller Chapter 9: A Belfast Project Autopsy: Whom Can You Trust? Ted Palys and John Lowman Chapter 10: Schoolyard Ethics: Getting Close, Blending in, Keeping Distance, Grace Spencer Chapter 11: Thinking on Their Feet: Ten PhD Graduates Negotiate Unexpected Ethical Dilemmas, Amber Chambers and Melanie Beres Chapter 12: How Community Collaboration Transformed the Research Question in a Study of Knoxvillea (TM)s Green Economy, Jon Shefner Chapter 13: Eat, Pray, Love, Ethics: Researching Expats and Tourists in Bali, Claudia Bell Chapter 14: Mediating Ethics in Research Practice, Ron Iphofen Chapter 15: Facilitating Procedural Ethics: Establishing the Research Ethics Application Database at Oxford University, Helen Kara Chapter 16: Afterword: Routinizing the Partial, Martin Tolich References Index About the Authors
About the Author
Martin Tolich is an Associate Professor in the Sociology Department at the University of Otago in New Zealand. He has been teaching and researching sociology for more than 25 years. His many research interests include employment, ethics review boards, M?ori consultation processes, and experiential research training for students. He has published extensively including two recent books - Planning Ethically Responsible Research (with Joan Sieber, 2013) and Getting Started: An Introduction to Research Methods (with Carl Davidson, 2011).
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