[Air-l] ethics of recording publicly observed interactions

Radhika Gajjala radhika at cyberdiva.org
Tue May 11 07:19:49 PDT 2004

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At 08:34 AM 5/11/2004 -0500, you wrote:
>I'm not trying to get the last word here. But this group is most 
>interested in online research (Internet). I get defensive/protective 
>over/during discussions of field protocol . . . but I think I'll probably 
>lay off now. My points are made about as well as I can make them and I 
>think this is something of a tangent for the central (online) thrust of 
>the group.

I think all of us do - because our "subjects" are more likely to talk back 
and question us in present times than when the ivory tower was really ivory.

Radhika Gajjala

Associate Professor
Dept of IPC/School of Comm Studies
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Bowling Green State University
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