An ethics of care research manifesto

Authors: Brannelly, T.

Journal: International Journal of Care and Caring

Volume: 2

Issue: 3

Pages: 367-378

eISSN: 2397-883X

ISSN: 2397-8821

DOI: 10.1332/239788218X15351944886756

Abstract:

Participatory methodologies are frequently used in social research and have matured over the past decades. Ethical aspects of participatory research feature in retrospective accounts of partnerships that contribute to quality research, and those that were problematic to negotiate in the research partnership. Meanwhile, social researchers have shared concerns about meaningful transformations from research and the processes involved to achieve effective, responsive partnerships. As participatory methodologies have matured, so has an ethics of care. An ethics of care research manifesto provides a framework for surfacing marginalisation and the potential for transformation, considering interdependencies, and negotiating research relationships with the broader research community.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31141/

Source: Scopus

An Ethics of Care Research Manifesto

Authors: Brannelly, P.

Journal: International Journal of Care and Caring

Abstract:

Participatory methodologies are frequently used in social research and have matured over the past decades. Ethical aspects of participatory research feature in retrospective accounts of partnerships that contribute to quality research, and those that were problematic to negotiate in the research partnership. Meanwhile, social researchers have shared concerns about meaningful transformations from research and the processes involved to achieve effective, responsive partnerships. As participatory methodologies have matured, so has an ethics of care. An ethics of care research manifesto provides a framework for surfacing marginalisation and potential for transformation, considering interdependencies, and negotiating research relationships with the broader research community.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/31141/

Source: Manual