Ethical considerations for research conducted with human participants in languages other than English

  title={Ethical considerations for research conducted with human participants in languages other than English},
  author={Sarah Elaine Eaton},
  journal={British Educational Research Journal},
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  • Dan Ginting
  • Education
    Acitya: Journal of Teaching and Education
  • 2022
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