If you’re using the internet to gather data for your research you may be interested in attending a forthcoming methods@manchester discussion session about ‘Internet Research Ethics’.
Monday 26 April, 1 – 2pm: Room G34, Humanities Bridgeford Street
An informal discussion, led by Helene Snee, Sociology, on ethical issues in internet-related research.
This meeting is for anyone using or thinking about using internet or web-based methods in their research. Helene Snee will spend about 15 minutes talking about some of the ethical issues she faced when doing her own research using online methodologies. There will then be an opportunity for participants to discuss issues of interest and concern to them.
Lunch will be provided but please bring your own drinks.
Further sessions will be held on ethical issues in ethnographic research and visual research.
To book a place at the informal discussion meeting please go to: http://www.methods.manchester.ac.uk/events/discussions/