Providing theoretical grounding, case studies and practical solutions, Implementing Ethics in Educational Ethnography examines how researchers can overcome ethical dilemmas associated with and encountered during ethnographic research. From the initial stages of research design such as consideration from regulatory bodies, through research occurring in the field to project completion and reporting, it explores many of the factors associated with ensuring culturally sensitive and ethical studies.
The book covers key questions including:
Using a range of international case studies, Implementing Ethics in Educational Ethnography provides researchers and students with invaluable details about how to navigate the field, ensuring that they can sustain good ethical practice throughout the life of a research project.
Foreword – Sofia Marques da Silva.
Chapter 1 – Introduction: Overview of the book, Hugh Busher and Alison Fox.
Section 1 - Informing compliance with regulation
Chapter 2 - Phrónēsis and the ethical regulation of ethnographic research,Anna Traianou.
Chapter 3 - Ethical appraisal boards: Constitutions, functions, tensions and blind-spots,
Dennis Beach and Begoña Vigo Arrazola.
Section 2 - Applying Ethics in the field
Chapter 4 - Ethics and access when consent must come first. Consequences of formalised
research ethics for ethnographic research in schools, Ingrid Smette.
Chapter 5 - Ethical research practice in educational institutions: Engaging with vulnerable
participants, Hugh Busher.
Section 3 - Ethical dilemmas in the Field
Chapter 6 - Double Agent: Ethical Considerations in Conducting Ethnography as a Teacher
Researcher, Hanna M. Nikkanen.
Chapter 7 - Ethical reflections on critical ethnography, Marianne Dovemark.
Chapter 8 - Ethical learning from an educational ethnography: the application of an ethical
framework in doctoral supervision, Alison Fox and Rafael Mitchell
Chapter 9 - Emergent Issues in Ethnographic Ethics: Futures and Possibilities, Barbara Dennis.