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by RobinLTurner
Fri Dec 30, 2016 7:32 pm
Forum: II.2. Evidence from researcher interactions with human participants
Topic: What do we mean by transparency in human subjects research?
Replies: 4
Views: 828

Re: What do we mean by transparency in human subjects research?

Small additional note. My comments here focus on data, not evidence. I agree with the guest comment on another thread "Regarding evidence, it is always appropriate, and imperative, to make one's evidence available to the broader public otherwise no one (editors, reviewers, disciplinary colleagu...
by RobinLTurner
Fri Dec 30, 2016 7:25 pm
Forum: II.2. Evidence from researcher interactions with human participants
Topic: What do we mean by transparency in human subjects research?
Replies: 4
Views: 828

Re: What do we mean by transparency in human subjects research?

This is an important point. While honest discussion of one's research decisions and practices is necessary, detailed disclosure of how one generated research data is inadvisable in many situations where doing so would reveal a great deal to readers familiar with the context. As other discussions in ...
by RobinLTurner
Fri Dec 30, 2016 6:49 pm
Forum: I.3. Power and Institutions
Topic: Power and the Institutionalization of Research Transparency/Openness/Explicitness
Replies: 12
Views: 1556

Re: Power and the Institutionalization of Research Transparency/Openness/Explicitness

As a faculty member at a teaching-intensive university, I agree with the concerns expressed by Jane Mansbridge and other commentators regarding the severe, differential burdens DART-style transparency practices would impose on qualitative researchers, those at less well-resourced institutions, and n...

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