Rapport and respect: negotiating ethical relations between researcher and participant.

@article{Guillemin2009RapportAR,
  title={Rapport and respect: negotiating ethical relations between researcher and participant.},
  author={Marilys Guillemin and Kristin M Heggen},
  journal={Medicine, health care, and philosophy},
  year={2009},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={291-9}
}
Qualitative research is largely dependent on building good interpersonal relations between researcher and participant. This is necessary for generating rich data, while at the same time ensuring respect is maintained between researcher and participant. We argue for a better understanding of researcher-participant relations in research practice. Codes of ethics, although important, do not address these kinds of ethical challenges. Negotiating the ethical relations between researcher and… CONTINUE READING

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