Half Title Page.
List of Figures, Tables and Boxes.
Notes on the Editors and Contributors.
Foundational Issues in Qualitative Research Ethics.
Thick Descriptions of Qualitative Research Ethics.
1: Values in Social Research.
2: Ethics, Reflexivity and Virtue.
3: A Posthumanist Ethics of Mattering: New Materialisms and the Ethical Practice of Inquiry.
4: Feminist Epistemologies and Ethics: Ecological Thinking, Situated Knowledges, Epistemic Responsibilities.
5: Ethical Imperialism? Exporting Research Ethics to the Global South.
6: Democratizing Research in Practice.
Qualitative Research Ethics by Technique.
7: The Ethics of Ethnography.
8: He Said, She Said, We Said: Ethical Issues in Conducting Dyadic Interviews.
9: Ethical Issues When Undertaking Autoethnographic Research with Families.
10: Between Dance and Detention: Ethical Considerations of ‘Mesearch’ in Performance.
11: Walking Interview Ethics.
12: Ethics and Power in Visual Research Methods.
13: Ethics Working in Ever-Changing Ethnographic Environments.
Ethics as Politics.
14: Confronting Political Dilemmas in Ethnographic Fieldwork: Consent, Personal Safety and Triangulation.
15: Qualitative Ethics in a Positivist Frame: The Canadian Experience 1998–2014.
16: When Ethics Review Boards Get Ethnographic Research Wrong.
17: Reflexivity: Overcoming Mistrust between Research Ethics Committees and Researchers.
18: Moving beyond Regulatory Compliance: Building Institutional Support for Ethical Reflection in Research.
19: Research Ethics Committees –What Are They Good For?.
Qualitative Research Ethics with Vulnerable Groups.
20: The Vulnerability of Vulnerability: Why Social Science Researchers Should Abandon the Doctrine of Vulnerability.
21: Researching Hate Crime Against Disabled People – Working through Ethical Considerations When the ‘Personal Is Political’.
22: Participatory Action Research with Indigenous Youth and their Communities.
23: Role Conflict and Questions of Rigour: Working with Community Researchers in Sexual Health.
24: Fair Warnings: The Ethics of Ethnography with Children.
25: Protecting and Empowering Research with the Vulnerable Older Person.
26: Ethics Unleashed: Developing Responsive Ethical Practice and Review for the Inclusion of Non-Human Animal Participants in Qualitative Research.
27: Paternalism and the Ethics of Researching with People Who Use Drugs.
Relational Research Ethics.
28: An Exception to the Rule: Journalism and Research Ethics.
29: The Dual Imperative in Disaster Research Ethics.
30: Ethical Issues in Insider-Outsider Research.
31: Covert: The Fear and Fascination of a Methodological Pariah.
32: Ethical Issues in Grounded Theory.
33: Research That Hurts: Ethical Considerations When Studying Vulnerable Populations Online.
34: ‘What If They’re Bastards?’: Ethics and the Imagining of the Other in the Study of Online Fan Cultures.
35: Negotiating the Ethics of Gendered Online Spaces in Mainland China and Hong Kong.
Concluding Thoughts: The Virtues of a Reflexive Qualitative Researcher.