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Illegal or Unethical: Situated Ethics in Cuba

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Dr. Federica Bono, PhD, assistant professor of human geography, Christopher Newport University, discusses situated ethical dilemmas encountered during research in Cuba, including the regulatory research context and the dual economy of Cuba, ethical dilemmas these create and examples of navigating them, and key takeaways for situated ethics.

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Bell, K(2013).Doing qualitative fieldwork in Cuba: social research in politically sensitive locations. Int J of Social Research Methodology, 16(2),109-124. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2011.653217

Further Reading

Bono , F(2020).Illegal or unethical? Situated ethics in the context of a dual economy. Qualitative Research, 20(5),617-631. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1468794119886179

Further Reading

Campbell, L.M, Gray, N.J, Meletis, Z.A, Abbott , J.G, & Silver , J.J(2006).Gatekeepers and Keymasters: Dynamic Relationships of Access in Geographical Fieldwork. Geographical Review, 96(1),97-121. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1931-0846.2006.tb00389.x

Further Reading

Hessler, R.M, Donnell-Watson, D.J, & Galliher, J.F(2011). A Case for Limiting the Reach of Institutional Review Boards. The American Sociologist, 42(1),145-152.

Further Reading

Lee, R.M(1993).Doing Research on Sensitive Topics. SAGE Publications,

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