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The Politics of Research Ethics in Social Work: Reflections From a First-time Researcher

By Michele Jarldorn

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Author version made available in accordance with the publisher's policy.This paper reflects upon the experiences of a\ud novice researcher negotiating ethical concerns\ud that arose while interviewing women survivors\ud of intimate partner violence. I begin with a\ud brief history of research ethics and feminist\ud contributions to social science research. Drawing\ud from my Honours project I reflect on interviewing\ud friends, boundaries, managing distressing\ud disclosures and the personal politics of research.\ud Keywords\ud : research ethics, feminist research,\ud interviewing friends, research politics, boundarie

Publisher: Association of Social Work Boards
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.flinders.edu.au:2328/35014
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