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An Introduction to the Ethics of International Social Science Research Collaborations

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Yolande Bouka, PhD, assistant professor, Political Studies, Queen's University, provides an overview and shares examples of ethics in international social science research collaborations, including types of collaborations, challenges, and ethical considerations.

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Further Reading

Bouka, Y(2019).Considering Power Imbalances in Collaborative Research. Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law, https://www.kpsrl.org/blog/considering-power-imbalances-in-collaborative-research

Further Reading

Bouka, Y, Berry, M.E, & Kamuru, M.M(2019).Women’s political inclusion in Kenya’s devolved political system. Journal of Eastern African Studies, 13(2),313-333. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17531055.2019.1592294

Further Reading

Nyenyezi , A, & Ansoms, A, & Et al, (2020).The Bukavu Series: Toward a Decolonisation of Research. PU LOUVAIN,

Further Reading

Shuay, M, & Brun, C(2021).Carving Out Space for Equitable Collaborative Research in Protracted Displacement. Journal of Refugee Studies, 34(3),2539–2553. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jrs/feab057

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