Ethics and Research in Inclusive Education: Values Into Practice

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Kieron Sheehy
Psychology Press, 2005 - Education - 254 pages
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The recent move towards inclusive education has radically influenced the way educational research is conducted. Students need to become aware of the critical legal and ethical responsibilities that arise from investigation in this new and expanding area.
Written from the standpoint of inclusive education, rather than 'special education', this carefully edited collection of readings from a wide variety of sources, will develop the student's ability to:
* identify and respond to ethical dilemmas that occur within their particular research methodologies and settings.
* respond appropriately to the myriad of complex legal issues that are pertinent to their own work
The contributions to this book draw upon examples of inclusive practices from around the world. Students taking postgraduate courses or diplomas in Inclusive education will find this an invaluable read.
 

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Contents

Thinking about inclusion Whose reason? What evidence?
9
the role of awe and Wanda
28
reflections on doing
43
Research by children
61
The ethical and methodological complexities of doing
76
Do you get some funny looks when you tell people
94
interviewing ethics and diversity
102
The moral maze of image ethics
133
Ethics in quasiexperimental research on people with
168
ethical considerations in narrative
176
Methodological challenges in researching inclusive
192
A guide to ethical issues and action research
205
legal issues
231
Data protection issues in educational research
242
Index
251
Copyright

ethical issues
150

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