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Table Of Contents
1. Towards a new view of fieldwork ethics: Integrated, individual and shared Jenny Lunn Part 1. Ethical Challenges in the Field 2. When does 'fieldwork' begin? Negotiating pre-field ethical challenges Riamsara Kuyakanon Knapp 3. 'I always carried a machete when travelling on the bus': Ethical considerations when conducting research in dangerous places Julia Tomei 4. Controversial, corrupt and illegal: Researching difficult topics in the Global South Andrew Brooks 5. Finding fluency in the field: Ethical challenges of conducting research in another language Danielle Gent 6. Whose voice? Ethics and dynamics of working with interpreters and research assistants Hayley Leck 7. Doing it together: Ethical dimensions of accompanied fieldwork Jenny Lunn and Alessandro Moscuzza Part 2. Ethical Dimensions of Researcher Identity 8. Revealing and concealing: Ethical dilemmas of manoeuvring identity in the field Girija Godbole 9. First impressions count: Identity, access and the ethical dilemmas of being a 'native' or a 'foreign' researcher Rinita Dam and Jenny Lunn 10. Flirting with boundaries: Ethical dilemmas of performing gender and sexuality in the field Eszter Krasznai Kovacs and Arshiya Bose 11. Family connections: Ethical implications of involving relatives in field research Luke Taylor Part 3. Ethical Issues Relating to Research Methods 12. Fellow traveller or viper in the nest? Negotiating ethics in ethnographic research Margi Bryant 13. Unsettling the ethical interviewer: Emotions, personality, ethics and the interview Thomas Aneurin Smith 14. Whose knowledge, whose benefit? Ethical dilemmas of participatory mapping Nora Fagerholm 15. Seeing both sides: Ethical challenges of conducting gender-sensitive fieldwork Virginie Le Masson Part 4. Ethical Dilemmas of Engagement 16. 'You can be jailed here by even me talking to you': Dilemmas and difficulties relating to informed consent, confidentiality and anonymity Chloe Skinner 17. Giving the vulnerable a voice: Ethical considerations when conducting research with children and young people Caroline Day 18. Power play: Ethical dilemmas of dealing with local officials and politicians Kamakshi Perera-Mubarak 19. Exercising my rights: Ethical choices and moral predicaments in accessing government documents Deepta Chopra 20. Restaurants and Renqing: Ethical challenges of conducting interviews with business people over dinner Yue Wang 21. Can you please all of the people some of the time? Ethical challenges in making research relevant to academia, policy and practice Stephen Jones 22. 'So what kind of student are you?' The ethics of 'giving back' to research participants Samantha Staddon 23. Afterword Katie Willis
Jenny Lunn manages a project promoting public engagement in geography at the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers) in London.