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 Professor Susan Cox, W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics and School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia,
Vancouver.

Ethics In Visual Methodologies Keynote

Professor Sarah Pink, Design Research Institute and the School of Media and Communications, RMIT


Ethics In Visual Methodologies Keynote

Associate Professor Susan Cox, W. Maurice Young Centre for Applied Ethics and School of Population and Public Health, University of British Columbia,
Vancouver.


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