Designing and Ethical Study: A Summary

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In the first quarter of 2021 we explored design steps, starting with a January focus on Finding the Question. We learned more about the design stage in February by focusing on Choosing Methodology and Methods

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The March focus was on Designing an Ethical Study. Even though we will transition into new areas of the research process, we will continue to think about ethical practices.

This lively month included contributions from Mentor in Residence, Dr. Cheryl Poth. Want to learn more? Use the code MSPACE20, for a 20% discount on her books. We also hosted a webinar with follow up Q & A posts, open-access resources, library reading lists on SAGE Research Methods, and more. Find the whole series in the list below.


Posts about Designing and Ethical Study

This is the introduction: March Focus: Designing an Ethical Study.


Did you know that the journal “Research Ethics” is open access?

Ethics and Big Data & Social Media Research

Ethical Research with Children

Ethics & Ethnography

Ethics & Interview Platforms

Ethics & Research with Vulnerable Participants

Facing Ethical Dilemmas During Research

Indigenous Research Resources

Informed Consent in Online Research with Participants

Let’s take a big-picture look at “research ethics”

Q & A about Research Ethics

Research Ethics & Extant Data

Ethics clipart

Researchers on Ethics: Video & Podcast

Sociocultural Frameworks as a Humanizing Research Tool in contextualizing Black Male Teacher Retention and Sociocultural Frameworks as a Humanizing Research Tool (Part 2)

Ethics clipart

Watch the MethodSpace Live Webinar: Research Ethics in Practice

What kind of researcher are YOU?

Who is responsible for the conduct of ethical research?

More MethodSpace Posts about Ethics, Research, and Researchers

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