Links and references

Blogs on ethics review

 

Links and general resources

  • AHRECS has a great resource archive

 

References on the research-teaching nexus:

  • Brew, Angela, 2006.  Research and Teaching: Beyond the Divide.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Elton, Lewis, 2005.  “Scholarship and the Research and Teaching Nexus.”  In R. Barnett, ed., Reshaping the University: New Relationships between Research, Scholarship and Teaching. Open University Press, pp.108-118.

  • Kincheloe, Joe L. and Shirley R. Steinberg, 1998.  “Students as Researchers: Critical Visions, Emancipatory Insights.”  In S.R. Steinberg and J.L. Kincheloe, eds., Students as Researchers: Creating Classrooms that Matter.  London: Falmer Press Teachers’ Library, pp. 2-19.

  • Swartz, Ellen, 1998.  “Using Dramaturgy in Educational Research.”  In S.R. Steinberg and J.L. Kincheloe, eds., Students as Researchers: Creating Classrooms that Matter.  London: Falmer Press Teachers’ Library, pp.113-135.

 

References on ethics review and governance

  • Bledsoe, Caroline H., Bruce Sherin, Adam G. Galinsky, Natalia Headley, Carol A. Heimer, Erik Kjeldgaard, James Lindgren, Jon D. Miller, Michael E. Roloff, and David H. Uttal, 2007. “Regulating creativity: Research and survival in the IRB iron cage.” Northwestern University Law Review 101: 593–641.

  • Dodds, Susan, 2000. “Human Research Ethics in Australia: Ethical Regulation and Public Policy.” Monash Bioethics Review 19(2): 4-21.

  • Haggerty, Kevin D., 2004. “Ethics Creep: Governing Social Science Research in the Name of Ethics.” Qualitative Sociology 27(4):391-414.

  • Israel, Mark, 2004. “Ethics and the Governance of Criminological Research in Australia.” Report for the New South Wales Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research.  Sydney: NSW Attorney General’s Office.

  • Kalichman, Michael, 2011. "The Problem of Research Misconduct." National Ethics Center, https://nationalethicscenter.org/resources/220.

  • Lederman, Rena, 2006a.  “IRB Consent Form Dilemmas and the Importance of Local Knowledge.” Anthropology News May 2006, pp. 22-23.

  • Lederman, Rena, 2006b. “The Perils of Working at Home: IRB ‘Mission Creep’ as Context and Content for an Ethnography of Disciplinary Knowledges.” American Ethnologist 33: 482-91.

  • McMurphy Suzanne, Jacqueline Lewis, and Pierre Boulos, 2013. “Extending the Olive Branch: Enhancing Communication and Trust between Research Ethics Committees and Qualitative Researchers.”  Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 8(4): 28-36.

  • Pieper, Ian, and Colin J.H. Thomson, 2013. "Justice in Human Research Ethics: A Conceptual and Practical Guide."  Monash Bioethics Review 31(1): 99-116.

  • Pieper, Ian, and Colin J.H. Thomson, 2011. "Contextualising Merit and Integrity within Human Research." Monash Bioethics Review 29(4): 15.1-15.10.

  • Pieper, Ian , and Colin J.H. Thomson, 2014. "The Value of Respect in Human Research Ethics: A Conceptual Analysis and a Practical Guide."  Monash Bioethics Review 32(1): online.

  • Potter, Roberto H., 1993. “Deviance ‘Down Under’ or How a Deviance Assignment Became a ‘Folk Devil’.”  Teaching Sociology 21(4): 397-402.

  • Taylor, Judith and Matthew Patterson, 2010. “Autonomy and Compliance: How Qualitative Sociologists Respond to Institutional Ethical Oversight. Qualitative Sociology, e-pub Feb 2010.

  • Winlow, Simon and Steve Hall, 2012.  “What is an ‘Ethics Committee’? Governance in an Epoch of Belief and Incredulity.”  British Journal of Criminology 52: 400-416.

  • Wynn, L.L.., 2011.  “Ethnographers' Experiences of Institutional Ethics Oversight: Results from a Quantitative and Qualitative Survey.”  Journal of Policy History 23(1): 94-114.

  • Wynn, L.L., 2014. “Ethics Review Regimes and Australian Anthropology.”  The Australian Journal of Anthropology 25: 373-375.

  • Wynn, L.L., Mark Israel, Colin Thomson, Karolyn White, and Louise Carey-White, 2014. “A National Survey of Experiences with Ethics Review.”  The Australian Journal of Anthropology 25: 375-377.

 

Ethics review and governance consultants in Australia

 

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