Subject: Z412 | life history research | informed consent | Social Sciences | confidentiality | H | anonymity | ethics | pseudonyms | methodology | violence against women and girls | activism
This methodology paper recommends that, when possible, qualitative research on activism should be designed to enable each participant to choose between using a pseudonym and one’s actual name. The stance is informed by life history data collection encounters with women ... View more
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