Open Data and sensitive interviews: Reflecting on ethics, consent, and reproducibility
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Jarman, B. (2020). Open Data and sensitive interviews: Reflecting on ethics, consent, and reproducibility [Presentation file]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.62157
Slides and reference list from a presentation given at a lunchtime webinar organised by the Institute of Criminology. Reflects on the Open Research, Open Data and Open Access agendas; describes ethical and methodological issues raised by these when applied to qualitative data; and identifies how these concerns may be particularly relevant when considering qualitative data gathered through studies of prison(er)s.
open data, qualitative research, sensitive data, research ethics, research methodology, prison research, data sharing
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