Reimagining the researcher-participant ethics relationship: A participant-centred, values-based ethics approach in comparative and international education.

Oyinloye, B. (2022). Reimagining the researcher-participant ethics relationship: A participant-centred, values-based ethics approach in comparative and international education. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, Published Online Ahead of Print, pp. 1-15.

Abstract: This paper advocates for a deeper engagement with ethics (including ethical values, virtues, worldviews, knowledge, perspectives, traditions, norms, epistemologies, etc.) to complement institutional and disciplinary processes. It argues for a need to broaden reflexivity beyond solely that of the researcher but to include participants’ values so as to strengthen researchers’ capabilities for situated ethical action. It also advocates for and explores how to articulate a situated ethics account of research in ‘writing up’ of ethics, to balance the more conventional account of ethical approval processes).

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