sexta-feira, 10 de outubro de 2014

Ethics and Education Research

ETHICS AND EDUCATION RESEARCH

Friday, 30th January 2015
Lecture Theatre J, Lecture Theatre Block,

University of Surrey

CALL FOR PAPERS

This seminar, supported by the British Sociological Association’s Education Study Group, aims to bring together researchers, from all career stages, who are interested in exploring further the ethics of education research. We welcome papers that focus on any ethical issue(s) relating to conducting education research, including, but not limited to:

· Ethical principles

· The role of ethics committees

· Regulatory frameworks

· The ethics of research design

· Ethical dilemmas in data collection

· Working with funders and sponsors

· Informed consent

· The role of participants in research

· Positionality and the role of the researcher

· Dissemination

· Variation in ethical principles and practices across place and space



The seminar will end with a wine reception, sponsored by Sage, to publicise the book ‘Ethics and Education Research’ which has been published recently.



Abstract Submission: Please send abstracts of up to 250 words by 30th November 2014 to Rachel Brooks at the University of Surrey: r.brooks@surrey.ac.uk.



Registration: £35 standard price; £25 for PhD students and unwaged. To register, please follow the link on the conference webpage: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/sociology/news/events/2015/ethics_and_education_research_seminar.htm



Conference organisers: Rachel Brooks (University of Surrey) and Meg Maguire (King’s College, London)

Rachel Brooks

Professor of Sociology and Head of the School of Social Sciences

Co-editor, Sociological Research Online and Executive Editor, British Journal of Sociology of Education

University of Surrey

Guildford

GU2 7XH

E: r.brooks@surrey.ac.uk
T: 01483 686987
W: http://www.surrey.ac.uk/sociology/people/rachel_brooks/index.htm

New book: Ethics and Education Research
http://www.uk.sagepub.com/booksProdDesc.nav?prodId=Book241449


latest article: Social and Spatial Disparities in Emotional Responses to Education, British Educational Research Journal

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/berj.3154/abstract


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