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Cultures in the making: An examination of the ethical and methodological implications of collaborative research
Siry, Christina mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > Educational Measurement and Applied Cognitive Science (EMACS) >]
Ali-Khan, Carolyne [> >]
Zuss, Mark [> >]
Forum: Qualitative Sozialforschung
K. Mruck
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[en] collaborative research ; educational inquiry ; ethics
[en] This paper explores ethical and methodological implications of collaborative research, and we
discuss our examination of ways to work towards participatory, ethical relationships in research. Our core concerns pertain to the experiential, lived and qualitative relations within emergent research communities. Questions that have guided us include: What does ‘we’ mean in research practice? How do we become a community of researchers? What forms of relations are shaped in the continuous process of inquiry? Whose interests are served? How can a community of researchers and their participants, formed and sustained by reciprocal, ethical relations, of trust, shared knowledges, curiosity and friendship, emerge? Key to approaching these is examining the contingent epistemological goals of research. We discuss four essential elements in the ethical qualities of research as a community of practice that stand out for "us."

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