Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Special Issue of Qualitative Sociology: "Ethics Beyond the IRB."

I have just learned that the September 2011 issue of Qualitative Sociology is a special issue on the topic, "Ethics Beyond the IRB." It may be some time before I can address this issue in depth, but meanwhile here is the table of contents.

Qualitative Sociology
Volume 34, Number 3 / September 2011
Special Issue: Ethics Beyond the IRB
Guest Editors: Kathleen Blee and Ashley Currier

  • Kathleen M. Blee and Ashley Currier, "Ethics Beyond the IRB: An Introductory Essay," 401-413.
  • Rachel L. Einwohner, "Ethical Considerations on the Use of Archived Testimonies in Holocaust Research: Beyond the IRB Exemption," 415-430.
  • Bernadette Barton, "My Auto/Ethnographic Dilemma: Who Owns the Story?", 431-445.
  • Gloria González-López, "Mindful Ethics: Comments on Informant-Centered Practices in Sociological Research," 447-461
  • Ashley Currier, "Representing Gender and Sexual Dissidence in Southern Africa," 463-481.
  • Leila J. Rupp and Verta Taylor, "Going Back and Giving Back: The Ethics of Staying in the Field," 483-496.
  • Melissa Swauger, "Afterword: The Ethics of Risk, Power, and Representation," 497-502.

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