Über den Autor
Natasha Whiteman is a member of the Department of Media and Communication, University of Leicester. Her PhD thesis was funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council. Her publications include "Control and Contingency: Maintaining Ethical Stances in Research" (2010) International Journal of Internet Research Ethics; "The De/stabilisation of Identity in Online Fan Communities" (2009) Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies; "Learning at the Cutting Edge? Help-seeking and Status in Online Videogame Fan Sites" (2008) Information Technology, Education and Society; and "(Dis)possessing Literacy and Literature: Gourmandising in Gibsonbarlowville" (2004) in Andrew Brown and Niki Davis eds. The World Yearbook of Education 2004: Digital Technology, Communities and Education, Routledge: London (with Soh-Young Chung and Paul Dowling).
- Preface.- Ethical Stances in Research.- The Achievement of Research Ethics.- Public or Private?-Text or Subjects?- Unstable Relations.- Undoing Ethics.
Considers ethics in relation to the methodological, empirical, and theoretical domains of research Establishes an original transaction between academic and non-academic domains of research Situated within contemporary concerns of ethical accountability and regulation