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The Ethics of Using Facebook Groups to Collect Qualitative Data

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Dr. Nadia von Benzon, PhD, Lecturer at Lancaster University, discusses the ethics of using Facebook groups to collect qualitative data, including research design, confidentiality of researcher and participant, moderating an asynchronous space, generating content, and facilitating a supportive research community.

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Kosinski, M., Matz, S.C., Gosling, S.D., Popov, V., & Stillwell, D., (2015).Facebook as a research tool for the social sciences: Opportunities, challenges, ethical considerations, and practical guidelines. The American Psychologist, 70(6),543-56. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0039210

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Wilkinson, C., & von Benzon, N., (2021).Selecting and analysing publicly-generated online content. Creative Methods for Human Geographers, 226-325. https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/creative-methods-for-human-geographers/book266074#contents

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