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Special Seminar

2012/10/08

Undertaking fieldwork in minority communities:ethical research practices and behaviour for researchers



Everyone is welcome to attend. No prior registration necessary.

10:30 23rd of October, 10:30am
N234, Main building for general education (N17, W8)

The focus of this seminar is on ethical issues and procedures for researchers when conducting fieldwork with minority and vulnerable peoples. Graduate students encouraged to attend, especially those who might work with disadvantaged people as part of their future research. Participants are invited to bring along any questions or considerations they would like addressed in relation to ethical fieldwork practices in research.

This seminar is designed as a discussion group in which Heather Bowe (Monash University in Melbourne); Waka Aoyama (RFMC); Jeff Gayman (RFMC) & Kylie Martin (RFMC) will firstly discuss some of their experiences in working with minority and/or indigenous groups in their research. Following these introductions, the audience will be invited to bring up topics for discussion on ethical and moral issues when conducting fieldwork with minority and disadvantaged peoples.
Following these introductions, the audience will be invited to bring up topics for discussion on ethical and moral issues when conducting fieldwork with minority and disadvantaged peoples.



Enquiries:Kylie Martin (kmartin@imc.hokudai.ac.jp)

Organized by Multilingualism & Multiculturalism research group (RFMC)

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