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Students' involvement in faculty research: Ethical and methodological issues

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  • Faculty who engage students as participants in their qualitative research often encounter methodological and ethical problems. Ethical issues arise from the fiduciary relationship between faculty and their students, and violations of that relationship occur when the educator has a dual role as researcher with those students. Methodological issues arise from research designs to address these ethical issues. This conflict is particularly evident in faculty research on pedagogy in their own disciplines, for which students are necessary as participants but are captive in the relationship. In this article, the authors explore the issues of double agency when faculty involve students as participants in their research.

  • Date created
    2004
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    Article (Published)
  • DOI
    https://doi.org/10.7939/R31Z42081
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    Attribution 3.0 International
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    • Ferguson, L., Myrick, F. & Yonge, O. (2004). Students' involvement in faculty research: Ethical and methodological issues. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 3(4), 56-68.