Parent and child views on anonymity: ‘I’ve got nothing to hide’

@article{OReilly2012ParentAC,
  title={Parent and child views on anonymity: ‘I’ve got nothing to hide’},
  author={M. O'Reilly and K. Karim and H. Taylor and N. Dogra},
  journal={International Journal of Social Research Methodology},
  year={2012},
  volume={15},
  pages={211 - 223}
}
There is considerable debate around the application of ethical principles and the notion of risk in qualitative research, and as such it is becoming increasingly important that we have empirical evidence to draw upon to contribute to these arguments. In this article, we use discourse analysis to look at what Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service users think about the role of anonymity in research. We consider the viewpoints of children and their parents to look at how necessary this ethic… Expand
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