Ethics Seminar 2015: From theory to practice? The ethics of inclusive research

11 March 2015, 9.30 AM - 11 March 2015, 5.00 PM

Professor Melanie Nind (University of Southampton) Professor Mary Brydon-Miller (University of Cincinnati)

G4/5, 10 Woodland Road

From theory to practice?  The ethics of inclusive research
 
This seminar looks at the range of research from the highly theoretical to practice-based research and examines what influences decisions to decide on one approach above another.  It takes as its focus, the ethics of inclusive research – from participatory research ethics to the ethics of inclusion  
 
The keynotes will be given by Professor Melanie Nind from the University of Southampton Education School, Co-director, ESRC National Centre for Research Methods, who will be speaking on 'The Ethics of Inclusive Research: Dialogue and Doing Better' and Professor Mary Brydon-Miller from the University of Cincinnati, directs the University of Cincinnati’s Action Research Centre and is Professor of Educational and Community-based Action Research in the Educational Studies Program in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services who will be speaking on 'Structured Ethical Reflection process and the theoretical framing of that process in Covenantal Ethics'.
 
 
Lunch will be provided.
 
Registration has now closed, however you can sign up to our waiting list and we will inform you if a space becomes available.

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Contact information

Academic enquiries to Wan Yee wan.yee@bristol.ac.uk 

Administrative enquiries to Louise Gayner louise.gayner@bristol.ac.uk

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