Anna Karin Kingston, PhD, University College Cork, uses her case study on mothers of children with special needs to illustrate feminist research ethics, including feminist ethnography as a research method, recruitment, data collection, ethical concerns and challenges, and shares key takeaways in feminist research ethics.
- Product: SAGE Research Methods Video: Research Ethics and Integrity
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: Feminist Research Ethics and Ethnography: A Case Study
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2022
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- Discipline: Anthropology, Psychology, Social Policy and Public Policy, Social Work, Sociology
- Methods: Research ethics, Feminist research, Ethnography, Reflexivity, Reciprocity, Recruiting participants, Community-based research, Participatory action research, Informed consent, Confidentiality
- Duration: 00:20:17
- Keywords: anonymity, Catholic Church, cultural identities, empowerment, feminism and mothering, feminist ethics, feminist ethnography, feminist research, feminist theories, friendship, informed consent, marginalization, mothers, ownership and control, participatory research, patriarchy, qualitative interview, reciprocity (ethics), reflexivity, research design, research ethics, researcher-subject relations, Social change, Social construction of motherhood, Special needs children, vulnerability, vulnerable populations
Academic: Anna Karin KingstonOnline ISBN:9781529792003Copyright: ©SAGE Publications Ltd., 2022