Research ethics in an unethical world: the politics and morality of engaged research

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Morrison, Claudio; Sacchetto, Devi;
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications

This article explores ethical dilemmas in researching the world of work. Recent contributions to WES have highlighted challenges for engaged research. Based on the emancipatory epistemologies of Bourdieu, Gramsci and Burawoy, the authors examine moral challenges in work... View more
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