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It is important to be clear here about the source of my guilt. ) – Justice: (is the process of recruitment fair? ) Each one of these principles and values were carefully considered in the design of the research and I am confident that the research was, using these criteria, meritorious, just, beneficent, and respectful. The data collected and publications produced have provided valuable insights into the way students experience CIT subjects in the post-compulsory years of schooling, and recommendations for practice have been clearly and carefully outlined in a diverse range of publication forms.
Wood, E. J. (2006). The ethical challenges of field research in conflict zones. Qualitative Sociology, 29, 373–386. Yu, K. (2008). Confidentiality revisited. Journal of Academic Ethics, 6, 161–172. AFFILIATION Andy Davies Sidra Medical and Research Center Doha, Qatar 33 LEONIE ROWAN 4. ETHICAL RESEARCHER OR VAMPIRIC CONSUMER? A Post-structural Feminist Researcher’s Reflections on Research Involving the Voices of Young People in Contemporary Australian Schools INTRODUCTION Recent decades have seen a dramatic increase in the number of research projects that seek to listen to the voices of people long rendered silent within educational texts and contexts.