Dr. Lisa Suguira, PhD, senior lecturer, criminology and criminal justice, University of Portsmouth, uses an online incel community case study to illustrate research ethics for online interviews and harmful groups, including research design, ethical approval, data collection, lessons learned, challenges faced, and researcher safety.
- Product: Sage Research Methods Video: Research Ethics and Integrity
- Type of Content: Case Study
- Title: Research Ethics for Online Interviews With Harmful Groups
- Publisher: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
- Publication year: 2022
- Online pub date:
- Discipline: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Political Science and International Relations, Communication and Media Studies
- Methods: Researcher safety, Research ethics, Anonymity, Netnography
- Duration: 00:20:58
Keywords: anonymity, celibacy, convenience sample, ethical approval, ethical decision making, extremism, gender and authority, group dynamics and processes, hate groups, informed consent, institutional review board, internet data collection, internet research, misogyny, netnography, non-participant observation, online interviews, power and power relations, public interest, qualitative data analysis, qualitative data collection, Reddit, reflexivity, research design, research ethics, research ethics committees, researcher-subject relations, resilience, Safety, Safety factors, Semi-structured interviews, Social media, thematic analysis, violent behavior, virtual communities, virtual ethnography
Academic:Online ISBN: 9781529609639Copyright: ©SAGE Publications Ltd., 2022