Ethics in practice in innovative methods - the SRA Summer Event


Price for SRA members £40. Price for non-members £60

Innovation in research methods brings new ethical dilemmas. Research ethics committees can struggle to support researchers at the methodological frontiers. This afternoon event includes four expert speakers working with mobile methods, internet-based research, arts-based research and place-based research. Speakers will outline some of the ethical problems they encountered with these methods, and explain how they addressed those problems.

Full details in the programme pdf file

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The presentations will cover:

  • Ethics and Walking/ Mobile Methods with Maggie O’Neill, University of York
  • Internet-based Research with Callum Staff, Government Social Media Research Group
  • Arts-based Research with Dawn Mannay, Cardiff University
  • No Parachutes Allowed: Ethics and Place-based Research with Louise Sheridan, Youth/Community Work, Glasgow

The event will be chaired by Leila Baker, Head of Research at the Institute of Voluntary Action Research, and held in the Westminster Suite.

After the presentations there will be a chaired panel discussion with questions from the floor.

Delegates are invited to stay for a drinks reception (5.00 to 6.00 pm)

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