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.

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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 3.       Fuzzy boundaries in a project using ‘mental mapping’ methods to explore the experiences of immigrant women in South Korea

Hyunjoo Jung

Chapter 4.       Methodological and ethical concerns associated with digital ethnography in domestic environments: participant burden and burdensome technologies.

Bjorn Nansen, Rowan Wilken, Jenny Kennedy, Michael Arnold and Martin Gibbs

Chapter 5.       The ethics of researching images found online

Anna Harris

Chapter 6.       Cultivating reflexive research practice when using participants’ photographs as research data

Carly Guest

Chapter 7.      The impact of photographs on the researcher: an ethical matter for visual research

Kim McLeod and Marilys Guillemin

 

PART 2          ETHICAL ISSUES IN CONTEXTS

Chapter 8.       Ethical considerations in the use of video observations in dementia end-of-life care research

Gloria Puurveen, Alice Phinney, Susan Cox and Barbara Purves

Chapter 9.       Towards an ecological approach to ethics in visual research methods with children

Philip Waters and Sue Waite

Chapter 10.     “I understand. I am a participant”: Navigating the ‘fuzzy’ boundaries of visual methods in qualitative longitudinal research

Geraldine Donoghue and Evonne Miller

Chapter 11.     Using visual research methods to explore first-person accounts of suicide trajectories

Jaime Roberto Fontbona and Deborah Warr

Chapter 12.     Conflicting aims and minimizing harm: uncovering experiences of trauma in digital storytelling about sexuality with young women

Aline Gubrium, Alice Fiddian-Green and Amy Hill

Chapter 13.     Ethical frameworks for digital storytelling with Aboriginal young people in southeast Australia.

Fran Edmonds, Michelle Evans, Scott McQuire and Richard Chenhall

 

PART 3          THE ETHICS OF RESEARCHING ART AND ARTFUL RESEARCH

Chapter 14.     Whither the aesthetic alibi: Ethics and the Challenge of Art as Research in the Academy

Barbara Bolt

Chapter 15.     Visually Embodying Psychosis: The Ethics of Performing Difficult Experiences

Katherine M. Boydell, Carmela Solimine and Siona Jackson

Chapter 16.     Exploring the Ethics of the Participant-Produced Archive: The Complexities of Dissemination

Casey Burkholder and Katie MacEntee

Chapter 17.     The politics of visibility, voice and anonymity: ethically disseminating visual research findings without the pictures

Dawn Mannay

Chapter 18.     Research by artists: integrating ethical frameworks

Lois Klassen

Chapter 19.     From Adversaries to Allies: Ethical Review in the Context of Visual and Other Innovative Methods

Susan Cox

 

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