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Title Research ethics in second language education : universal principles, local practices / edited by Roger Barnard and Yi Wang
Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 2021
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Note "This book contributes in a fresh way to the field of research ethics by considering research issues through relatable autobiographical narratives. The book's core offers narratives of novice second language education researchers completing PhD degrees using data from international research participants. The narratives show challenges to the ethical identity of researchers working across diverse value and belief systems. The narrative chapters are followed by four chapters of commentaries by a line-up of international scholars from various academic, linguistic and cultural backgrounds. The case study approach reports the experiences and reflections of research students before, during and after the data collection phase of their projects, and offers insights into: recruitment of participants; gaining and maintaining access; understandings about the notion of informed consent; incentivising participants; implications of ensuring anonymity and confidentiality; the right to withdraw participation and data; the positioning of the researcher as insider or outsider; potential conflicts of interest; potential harm to participants and researcher; and dissemination of findings. This practical and relatable book is aimed at research students and their supervisors in fields such as applied linguistics and education, as well as those following methods courses, to help illustrate the ethical challenges faced by researchers in the process of collecting qualitative data"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction. Ethics and second language education research: The scope of the book / Roger Barnard -- Prologue. Human research ethics: Post hoc narrative reflections / Anne Burns, Pamela McPherson et al. -- Oral corrective feedback: Ethical issues in researching Vietnamese lecturers' beliefs and practices -- Academic-related brokering practices among international students: Ethical challenges -- Ethical challenges in conducting an action research project: A case study in New Zealand -- Ethical issues in researching peer observation of language lecturers in a university in Pakistan -- Language, identity, culture and ethics: A case study of Saudi Arabian mothers in New Zealand -- Research ethics from a Malay-Muslim perspective -- Research ethics from the viewpoint of a Japanese qualitative researcher -- Engaging with ethical research practices in China -- Justice and educational research -- Afterword / Roger Barnard and Yi Wang
Link Online version: Research ethics in second language education London ; New York : Routledge, 2021. 9781003124733 (DLC) 2020038535
Subject Second language acquisition -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects
Language and languages -- Study and teaching -- Research
Alt Author Barnard, Roger, 1946- editor
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