Trust & Credibility in Research: A Reading List

Categories: Dissemination, Other, Research Ethics, Research Roles, Research Skills

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The focus for December is on trust and credibility for researchers. Find the unfolding series here.


What can we learn from methods resources?

Trust and credibility in research are critical at the interpersonal level: do I trust that you are who you say you are, and will do what you say you will do? Trust and credibility are equally critical from a research perspective: is this an ethical study, and are these findings truly based on the evidence?

This collection of books, chapters, articles, case studies and videos offers a variety of perspectives on these topics. Access this reading list from SAGE Research Methods through your academic library, or with a free trial.

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