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Research ethics and the Internet : negotiating Canada's Tri-Council policy statement

Author: Heather A Kitchin
Publisher: Halifax : Fernwood Pub., ©2007.
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Confronting the complex challenges of the internet, this guide helps web users navigate through issues of copyright, privacy, and the ethical use of materials. It also analyzes contradictions between the federal Tri-Council Policy Statement and university-based research ethics boards, offering a simple solution to policy makers who grapple with the morals of internet research.
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Kitchin, Heather A.
Research ethics and the Internet.
Halifax : Fernwood Pub., ©2007
(OCoLC)891469943
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Heather A Kitchin
ISBN: 9781552662342 1552662349
OCLC Number: 145429197
Description: 128 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Acknowledgements --
Foreword --
Introduction: Research Ethics and the Internet --
Moving Towards a Typology of Internet Research --
Non-intrusive and Engaged Web-based Research --
Notes --
1 The Way of Formally Mandated Research Ethics --
Research Ethics Boards --
State-Mandated Research Ethics in Canada --
Secretariat on Research Ethics and Interagency Advisory Panel on Research Ethics --
Interpreting the Tri-Council Policy Statement --
Notes --
2 Mandated Social Research Ethics in Canada and the United States: Academic Ethics Boards and Councils --
Notes --
3 Conducting Research Through the Internet --
Notes --
4 Social Research in Canada: The Tri-Council on Cyberspace --
Minimal Risk --
Web Materials as Public Documents and Meeting Sites --
Naturalistic Observation --
Definition of Human Subject --
Tracing the Relationships of Minimal Risk, Publicly Available Materials, Naturalistic Observation, and Human Subject --
Emerging Issues. 5 Social Research Ethics: Debates and Issues --
Issues Regarding Collection of Data through the Internet --
What Constitutes a Public Space? --
Using Cybertalk for Research --
What Constitutes a Human Subject? --
Is Informed Consent Relevant to All Internet Research? --
The Ethics of Anonymity and Confidentiality within Internet Research Practices --
Deception --
Is All Internet Research Intrusive? --
REBs and Internet Research --
The Internet as a Site of Commerce, Consumption, and Entertainment --
Notes --
6 A Guide to Internet Research --
Invisible Ethnography as Web-based Research --
Content Analysis --
Discourse Analysis (DA) and Conversation Analysis (CA) --
Issues of Moral Conscience --
Visible Ethnographies --
Going Native --
Focus Groups --
Interviews --
Surveys --
Experimental Design --
Breaching Experiments --
7 Conclusion --
Revising a "Living" Document --
Is the TCPS Ending Some Forms of Research? --
Research "Object" Versus Research "Subject" --
Recommendations --
Notes --
Appendix A --
Appendix B --
Appendix C --
Acronyms.
Responsibility: Heather A. Kitchen.
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