KEYNOTE Connecting the Land of the Long White Cloud: The Unique Opportunities for Digital Humanities in Aotearoa New Zealand
KeywordsField of Research::20 - Language, Communication and Culture::2001 - Communication and Media Studies::200102 - Communication Technology and Digital Media Studies
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Conducting Ethical Economic Research : Complications from the FieldDas, Jishnu; Rao, Vijayendra; Alderman, Harold (World Bank, Washington, DC, 2013-09-04)This essay discusses practical issues
confronted when conducting surveys as well as designing
appropriate field trials. First, it looks at the challenge
of ensuring transparency while maintaining confidentiality.
Second, it explores the role of trust in light of asymmetric
information held by the surveyor and by the respondents as
well as the latter's expectations as to what their
participation will set in motion. The authors present case
studies relevant to both of these issues. Finally, they
discuss the role of ethical review from the perspective of
research conducted through the World Bank.
Research, Ethics and Risk in the Authoritarian FieldMarlies Glasius; Meta de Lange; Jos Bartman; Emanuela Dalmasso; Adele Del Sordi; Aofei Lv; Marcus Michaelsen; Kris Ruijgrok (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)This open access book offers a synthetic reflection on the authors’ fieldwork experiences in seven countries within the framework of ‘Authoritarianism in a Global Age’, a major comparative research project. It responds to the demand for increased attention to methodological rigor and transparency in qualitative research, and seeks to advance and practically support field research in authoritarian contexts. Without reducing the conundrums of authoritarian field research to a simple how-to guide, the book systematically reflects and reports on the authors’ combined experiences in (i) getting access to the field, (ii) assessing risk, (iii) navigating ‘red lines’, (iv) building relations with local collaborators and respondents, (v) handling the psychological pressures on field researchers, and (vi) balancing transparency and prudence in publishing research. It offers unique insights into this particularly challenging area of field research, makes explicit how the authors handled methodological challenges and ethical dilemmas, and offers recommendations where appropriate.
Research, Ethics and Risk in the Authoritarian FieldMarlies Glasius; Meta de Lange; Jos Bartman; Emanuela Dalmasso; Adele Del Sordi; Aofei Lv; Marcus Michaelsen; Kris Ruijgrok (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)research ethics; authoritarian countries; research methodology; research in the authoritarian field; risk and field research; ethics and field research; authoritarianism; advice for field research; research transparency; research methods; mental impact of field research; planning for field research; dangers of field research