CARE Panel: International Research, Local Practices

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December 3, 2019
12:00PM - 1:30PM
Location
Pomerene Hall Partner Zone (Room 301)

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Add to Calendar 2019-12-03 12:00:00 2019-12-03 13:30:00 CARE Panel: International Research, Local Practices

Our December 3 CARE Panel features Lauren Taylor (Harvard Business School), joined by Roxanna Sierra Hernandez (Byrd Polar Research Center, OSU) and Jeffrey Cohen (Anthropology, OSU). 

When it comes to conducting international research, there are distinctive ethical challenges that researchers must confront given the global reach of their work. Securing host country approval and adhering to regulatory oversight are important, but they do not ensure community buy-in on the ground or that researchers are designing their studies in a manner that is sensitive to and respectful of local practices.

In this CARE panel, we will explore some recent cases where researchers had to navigate complex ethical terrain in the course of their field work.

Pomerene Hall Partner Zone (Room 301) Center for Ethics and Human Values cehv@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Our December 3 CARE Panel features Lauren Taylor (Harvard Business School), joined by Roxanna Sierra Hernandez (Byrd Polar Research Center, OSU) and Jeffrey Cohen (Anthropology, OSU). 

When it comes to conducting international research, there are distinctive ethical challenges that researchers must confront given the global reach of their work. Securing host country approval and adhering to regulatory oversight are important, but they do not ensure community buy-in on the ground or that researchers are designing their studies in a manner that is sensitive to and respectful of local practices.

In this CARE panel, we will explore some recent cases where researchers had to navigate complex ethical terrain in the course of their field work.

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