The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research Ethics
Iphofen, Ron (EDT)
Tolich, Martin (EDT)
561 p. 25 cm
Organised into six key thematic sections - Part 1: Thick Descriptions of Qualitative Research Ethics / Part 2: Qualitative Research Ethics by Technique / Part 3: Ethics as Politics / Part 4: Qualitative Research Ethics with Vulnerable Groups / Part 5: Relational Research Ethics / Part 6: Researching Digitally.
This handbook is a much-needed and in-depth review of the distinctive set of ethical considerations which accompanies qualitative research. This is particularly crucial given the emergent, dynamic and interactional nature of most qualitative research, which too often allows little time for reflection on the important ethical responsibilities and obligations Contributions from leading international researchers have been carefully organised into six key thematic sections: Part One: Thick Descriptions Of Qualitative Research Ethics Part Two: Qualitative Research Ethics By Technique Part Three: Ethics As Politics Part Four: Qualitative Research Ethics With Vulnerable Groups Part Five: Relational Research Ethics Part Six: Researching Digitally This Handbook is a one-stop resource on qualitative research ethics across the social sciences that draws on the lessons learned and the successful methods for surmounting problems - the tried and true, and the new.
Table of Contents
Editors' Introduction: Foundational Issues in Qualitative Research Ethics - Ron Iphofen and Martin Tolich PART ONE: THICK DESCRIPTIONS OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ETHICS Part One Introduction - Ron Iphofen and Martin Tolich Chapter 1: Values in Social Research - Martyn Hammersley Chapter 2: Ethics, Reflexivity and Virtue - David Carpenter Chapter 3: A Posthumanist Ethics of Mattering: New Materialisms and the Ethical Practice of Inquiry - Natasha S. Mauthner Chapter 4: Feminist Epistemologies And Ethics: Ecological Thinking, Situated Knowledges, Epistemic Responsibilities - Andrea Doucet Chapter 5: Ethical Imperialism? Exporting Research Ethics to the Global South - Mark Israel Chapter 6: Democratizing Research in Practice - Helen Kara PART TWO: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ETHICS BY TECHNIQUE Part Two Introduction - Ron Iphofen and Martin Tolich Chapter 7: The Ethics of Ethnography - Sara Delamont and Paul Atkinson Chapter 8: He Said, She Said, We Said: Ethical Issues In Conducting Dyadic Interviews - Karen Lowton Chapter 9: Ethical Issues when Undertaking Autoethnographic Research with Families - Anita Gibbs Chapter 10: Between Dance and Detention: Ethical Considerations of Mesearch in Performance - Mark Edward Chapter 11: Walking Interview Ethics - Penelope Kinney Chapter 12: Ethics and Power in Visual Research Methods - Anne Harley & Jonathon Langdon Chapter 13: Ethics Working In An Ever-Changing Ethnographic Environment - Olivia Marcus and Shir Lerman PART THREE: ETHICS AS POLITICS Part Three Introduction - Ron Iphofen and Martin Tolich Chapter 14: Confronting Political Dilemmas in Ethnographic Field Work: Consent, Personal Safety and Triangulation - Jon Shefner and Zachary McKenney Chapter 15: Qualitative Ethics in a Positivist frame: The Canadian Experience 1998-2010 - Igor Gontcharov Chapter 16: When Ethics Review Boards Get Ethnographic Research Wrong - Lisa Wynn Chapter 17: Reflexivity: overcoming distrust between Research Ethics Committees and Researchers - Marilys Guillemin and Lynn Gillam Chapter 18: Moving beyond Regulatory Compliance: Building Institutional Support for Ethical Reflection in Research - Gary Allen and Mark Israel Chapter 19: Research Ethics Committees - What are they good for? - David Hunter PART FOUR: QUALITATIVE RESEARCH ETHICS WITH VULNERABLE GROUPS Part Four Introduction - Ron Iphofen and Martin Tolich Chapter 20: The Vulnerability of Vulnerability: Why Social Science Researchers Should Abandon the Doctrine of Vulnerability - Will C. van den Hoonaard Chapter 21: Researching hate crime against disabled people - working through ethical considerations when the 'personal is political' - Chih Hoong Sin Chapter 22: Participatory Action Research With Indigenous Youth And Their Communities - Linda Liebenberg, Michele Wood, and Darlene Wall Chapter 23: . Role Conflict and Questions of Rigour: Working with Community Researchers in Sexual Health - Julie Mooney-Somers and Anna Olsen Chapter 24: Fair Warnings: The Ethics of Ethnography with Children - Angel A. Escamilla Garcia and Gary Alan Fine Chapter 25: Protecting And Empowering Research With The Vulnerable Older Person - Fiona Poland and Linda Birt Chapter 26: Ethics Unleashed: Developing Responsive Ethical Practice And Review For The Inclusion Of Non-Human Animal Participants In Qualitative Research - Emma Tumilty, Catherine M. Smith, Peter Walker and Gareth Treharne Chapter 27: Paternalism and the Ethics of Researching with People who use Drugs - Lucy Pickering PART FIVE: RELATIONAL RESEARCH ETHICS Part Five Introduction - Ron Iphofen and Martin Tolich Chapter 28: An Exception To The Rule: Journalism And Research Ethics - Donald Matheson Chapter 29: The Dual Imperative in Disaster Research Ethics - Donal O'Mathuna Chapter 30: Ethical Issues in Insider-Outsider Research - Bridgette Toy-Cronin Chapter 31: Covert: The Fear And Fascination Of A Methodological Pariah - David Calvey Chapter 32: Ethical issues in Grounded Theory - Karin Olson PART SIX: RESEARCHING DIGITALLY Part Six Introduction - Elizabeth Buchanan Chapter 33: Research That Hurts: Ethical Considerations When Studying Vulnerable Populations Online - Camilla Granholm and Eva Svedmark Chapter 34: . 'What if they're bastards?': Ethics and the Imagining of the Other in the Study of Online Fan Cultures - Natasha Whiteman Chapter 35: Negotiating the ethics of gendered online spaces in Mainland China and Hong Kong - Tom McDonald, Karen Joe-Laidler and Marissa Dean Concluding Thoughts: The Virtues of a Reflexive Qualitative Researcher - Ron Iphofen and Martin Tolich