We are inviting participants for our AERA mini-course: Ethical Issues in Collaborative Research.
All professional development courses are listed on the AERA meeting page (click here[aera.net] for a list). We’ve recently learned, however, that professional development courses and mini-courses are not searchable in the AERA program. Below is the course description and instructions for how to register.
Ron, Sheeva, and Natalie
Mini-Course: Ethical Issues in Collaborative Research
Facilitators: Ron Glass, Sheeva Sabati, and Natalie Baloy
When: Saturday, April 9th, 1-5pm
How to Register:
- Log-in to AERA
- Click to My AERA at the top right
- Click Register and Reserve a Hotel Room Now (even if you’ve already registered)
- Fill out info if needed, then click Continue
- Click on the tab PD Course (to the right of Registration Summary)
- Click View Details for PDC19
- Select 1 ticket ($55) and click Reserve
This discussion and case-based course explores ethical dilemmas in collaborative and action forms of research. Issues include:
- power dynamics (e.g., race, class, gender, language, institutional)
- relational vs. transactional approaches to consent
- epistemic injustice and whose knowledge counts
- data gathering, interpretation, and dissemination
- advocacy, neutrality, and (dis)interested research
- Institutional Review Boards (IRBs).
Readings and/or handouts feature, original cases developed by instructors through interview data collected from engaged scholars and school and community partners, professional associations’ ethical frameworks, and publications about collaborative community-based research.
Small group discussions, role-play activities, and quick-writings will facilitate participants’ ethical reflection. The course aims to prompt ethical engagement with social science research methodologies and to foster a network of researchers for ongoing support.
Below is a screenshot to help you navigate registration.