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  1. Internet users and Internet research

    Internet users and Internet research "Internet research" may mean both research on (concerning) the Internet and research with ... of the Internet (the Internet used as a data source or instrument in some other way, even if the object of the research is not

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  2. Ethical Guidelines for Internet Research

    Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH), December 2014. Ethical Guidelines for Internet Research ... Guidelines for Internet Research replace the former, outdated version from 2003. The National Committee for Research Ethics in the

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  3. New anthology: Internet research ethics

    New publication: Internet research ethics March 26 our new anthology Internet Research Ethics is released. The book addresses ... challenges that arise within the field of Internet research. Publication title: Internet research ethics Author: Hallvard Fossheim and

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  4. Fossheim & Ingierd (2015)

    Fossheim & Ingierd (2015) Fossheim, Hallvard & Helene Ingierd (eds.) (2015): Internet research ethics. Cappelen Damm Akademisk ... (2015) Fossheim, Hallvard & Helene Ingierd (eds.) (2015): Internet research ethics. Cappelen Damm Akademisk

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  5. Introduction

    nature of the internet and the rapid pace of change are giving rise to new and distinctive questions, obliging researchers to reflect ... conflicting considerations and norms in research ethics. In 2014, the National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and

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  6. Definitions

    Definitions "Research" is broadly defined here, and covers research-based teaching and dissemination. Research also covers student ... work in the form of theses at the Master's and PhD level. "Internet" basically refers to a global data network for communication

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  7. References

    References Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR), “Ethical Decision-Making and Internet Research”, Recommendations from the ... Dag: “What is special about the ethical issues in online research?”, Ethics and Information Technology 4, 3 (2002), pp. 195–203

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  8. 3. Children's right to protection

    also in the context of research. This also applies to Internet research on children and youths. Such research raises special challenges ... to obtain parental consent for children's participation in research, even though this may prove more difficult in practice (point

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  9. Publications

    Publications in English issued by The National Committees for Research Ethics in Norway. For a comprehensive list of all our publications ... in English 2016 Guidelines for research ethics in science and technology Guidelines for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences

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  10. 6. Use of quotes from the Internet

    6. Use of quotes from the Internet Research on/using the Internet can also use quotes. Quotes are understood here in a broader ... When using quotes from the Internet in connection with publication of research results, researchers should carefully consider the

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  11. 7. Reporting of results

    the Internet are based on the norms of openness, freedom of information and sharing results. In connection with research on such ... a special obligation arises to convey the results of the research back to the participants (NESH Guidelines, point 47).

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  12. 4. Personal data, confidentiality and anonymity

    confidentiality and anonymity NESH's Guidelines stipulate that researchers must treat all information about private matters confidentially ... harm and a severe burden on the persons being researched (point 14). Internet research is often based on interaction in digital forums

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  13. 2. Free and informed consent

    and informed consent According to the NESH's Guidelines, research projects that include persons must generally only be initiated ... subjects' free and informed consent (point 9). In other words, researchers must weigh relevant considerations and determine whether

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  14. 5. Regard for third parties

    for third parties Different forms of interaction on the Internet often lead to the direct or indirect collection of data on ... parties means that researchers should consider and anticipate effects on third parties (point 11). Research on, using and with

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  15. 1. Public or private?

    Public or private? According to the NESH's Guidelines, researchers can in general use material from open forums freely without ... about behaviour that is disseminated and stored on the Internet. Researchers must therefore remember that there may be a difference

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  16. About NESH

    About NESH The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) has been in existence ... other things, that the Committee shall draw up guidelines for research ethics in the social sciences, the humanities, law and theology

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  17. B) Respect for individuals

    B) Respect for individuals 5 Human dignity Researchers must base their work on a fundamental respect for human dignity. Human ... [17] In research ethics, this means that individuals have interests and integrity, which cannot be set aside in research in order

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  18. Introduction

    The purpose of the guidelines for research ethics is to provide researchers and the research community with information about recognised ... recognised norms of research ethics. The guidelines provide guidance and advice. They are intended to help develop ethical discretion

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  19. D) The research community

    D) The research community 25 Co-authorship Researchers must observe good publication practice, respect the contributions of other ... other researchers, and observe recognised standards of authorship and cooperation. Academic publishing is critical for ensuring

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  20. Fraud and plagiarism

    internationally accepted rules for good research practice. Introduction Definition The extent of research misconduct Sloppiness and poor ... poor execution or questionable research Why is scientific misconduct harmful? Plagiarism Prevention Suspicion and reporting Sanctions

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  21. Open Access publishing

    Should articles in academic journals be openly available on the Internet free of charge? What dilemmas does this raise, and which interests ... question of open access to research? Such questions are discussed in this article. The topic here is research funded by public authorities

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  22. Persons with mental disorders

    vulnerability has a bearing on our thinking with regard to research ethics. Whether the vulnerability is a disqualifying factor ... potential depends on the situation and the context. The researcher's capacity for self-reflexivity is crucial. Informed consent

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  23. Protection of privacy

    Protection of privacy Information about persons who take part in research projects shall have an "adequate level of protection", i.e ... kinds of administration, management and planning, but also for research. (See Confidentiality.) Fundamental principles of protection

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  24. Biotechnology and gene technology

    technology Research and development in modern biotechnology and gene technology cover a broad area from stem cell research and the ... the same time, some development is met with scepticism by researchers and the general public. The relationship between benefit

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  25. Questionnaire surveys

    themselves on a questionnaire form sent by post or via the internet. Introduction Ensuring individual anonymity Group-related ... for relevance and meaningfulness References Introduction In research methodology it is discussed which methods work best with regard

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