New Book! Warr, D., Guillemin, M., Cox, S. M., & Waycott, J. (eds) (2016). Ethics for Visual Research: Theory, Methodology, and Practice. London: Palgrave MacMillan

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Warr, D., Guillemin, M., Cox, S. M., & Waycott, J. (eds) (2016). Ethics for Visual Research: Theory, Methodology, and Practice. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

 Book cover

INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1.       Ethical issues in visual research and the need for stories from the field

Deborah Warr, Jenny Waycott, Marilys Guillemin and Susan Cox.

PART 1  INTERSECTIONS: METHODS AND ETHICS

Chapter 2.       Different lenses: navigating ethics in cross-cultural research using Photovoice

Cathy Vaughan

Chapter ...

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Special issue on Visual methods and ethics in Visual Methodologies Vol 3, 2 (2015)

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Photo acknowledgement: Amy Spiers and Catherine Ryan, Nothing To See Here (Dispersal), 2014. Photographer: John Possemato.

Special issue on Visual methods and ethics in Visual Methodologies Vol 3, 2 (2015) http://journals.sfu.ca/vm/index.php/vm/issue/view/7

This special issue on ethical issues in visual research arose from our collective observation that there is an urgent need for researchers to share and reflect upon stories about the ethical challenges they are facing in their research, including how they have navigated the formal procedural ethics review process and how they ...

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Guidelines for Ethical Visual Research Methods

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Authors:
Susan Cox, Sarah Drew, Marilys Guillemin, Catherine Howell, Deborah Warr, Jenny Waycott (alphabetical order)

This document presents guidelines to assist researchers and research ethics committees in recognising and responding to ethical issues that arise from the use of visual research methods. The guidelines have been developed in recognition of the growing use of visual methods in research. Visual research methods present both familiar and novel ethical issues that are often amplified by the kinds of data collected ...

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Visual research ethics symposium videos

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In March 2014 we held an exciting symposium examining the ethical challenges of working with visual methodologies. Contributors considered the particular methodological and ethical issues in the practice of using visual methods; these included research design and methods specific to visual research, participant engagement in the research process, presentation and dissemination of visual images, as well as working with research ethics committees.

Keynote speakers were: Professor Sarah Pink, Design Research Institute and the School of Media and Communications, RMIT and Associate ...

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Presentations of Enabling Ethical Visual Methods

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Catherine Howell and Sarah Drew (on behalf of Marilys Guillemin, Deborah Warr, Erminia Colucci, Sarah Drew, Cathy Vaughan, Catherine Howell) (2013) Defining and Doing Ethical Visual Research (panel/workshop). Third International Visual Methods Conference (IVM3), Wellington, Sept. 2013.

Susan Cox (2014) From Adversaries to Allies: Necessary Conversations between Research Ethics Committees, Researchers and Research Participants. Exploring Ethical Frontiers of Visual Methods, Melbourne, March 2014.

Susan Cox (on behalf of Susan M Cox, Sarah Drew, Marilys Guillemin, Catherine Howell, Deborah Warr, Jenny Waycott) (2014) ...

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Keynote presentations

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Keynote presentations

Professor Sarah Pink: Visual Ethics in an Uncertain World: anxiety, certainty and the challenge of the unknown

The ethics of visual methods are increasingly regulated by institutionally driven ethical approval processes. There are positive aspects to this, yet there is one deep irony: in an era where applied scholarship and the need for research to have impact in and make positive change in the world is emphasized, the institutional governance of research ethics has the (perhaps unintended) consequence of limiting ...

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