[Air-L] Online research and Human Research Ethics

Kirsty Young Kirsty.Young at uts.edu.au
Sun Nov 21 21:21:23 PST 2010


I am currently writing a chapter to contribute to a book focused on ethics and adolescents and my focus is research of online spaces.  I am also a representative on my University's Human Research Ethics Committee, a committee which seeks guidance on the appropriate evaluation of research applications investigating online spaces.

As the ethical issues surrounding online research are of continued debate I wondered if anyone may be able to share their current institutional/organisational guidelines on these issues and/or recent research or discussion papers.  I am particularly interested in guidelines/papers prepared post-2008.

If not already established, I would be happy to set up a resource space for us to collate and access emerging knowledge in this area.

Kind regards

Dr Kirsty Young (PhD)
Senior  Lecturer
Faculty of Arts &  Social Sciences
University of Technology  Sydney

PO Box 222   Lindfield   NSW   2070

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