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The Politics of Voice: Ethics and Narrative in Research

What types of stories are we telling with our research? How are we telling these stories? Which stories are going untold? Formal IRB mechanisms provide minimal guidance on these critically important ethical questions. The purpose of this workshop is to further explore these issues by (a) examining the unique ethical challenges of researcher voice and standpoint, (b) using the case study method to explore ethical dilemmas in a practical context, (c) introducing key literatures which can help to address these questions, (d) offering tools with which scholars can reflect upon their narrativity, and (e) providing a platform for engaged discussion.
When Feb 16, 2016
from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Where 117 Osmond Building
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Presented by Robert M. Chiles, Assistant Professor of Rural Sociology and a Rock Ethics Institute co-funded faculty member.

Abstract: What types of stories are we telling with our research? How are we telling these stories? Which stories are going untold? Formal IRB mechanisms provide minimal guidance on these critically important ethical questions. The purpose of this workshop is to further explore these issues by (a) examining the unique ethical challenges of researcher voice and standpoint, (b) using the case study method to explore ethical dilemmas in a practical context, (c) introducing key literatures which can help to address these questions, (d) offering tools with which scholars can reflect upon their narrativity, and (e) providing a platform for engaged discussion.