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Ethics and Qualitative Research

The SQIP ethics working group has produced a number of writings to extend thinking about ethics and qualitative research. In April 2017, at APA’s request for division responses to its formation of the Ethics Code Task Force, they prepared this statement), which was featured during the 2017 SQIP business meeting at the APA convention.

The following year, the ethics task force led a cross-divisional symposium at the 2018 APA convention, where they brought together members from multiple divisions (2, 9, 17, 27, 32, 35, 45, 48), ethnic minority psychological associations, and APAGS, for a symposium, An Ethics Code in Context: Challenges and Lessons Learned from Social Justice and Community-Based Psychology.

They also published: Guishard, M. A., Halkovic, A., Galletta, A., & Li, P. (2018). Toward epistemological ethics: Centering communities and social justice in qualitative research. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 19(3).

More recently, the ethics working group has been working on a theme issue for Qualitative Psychology, which is an outgrowth of the 2018 APA symposium and has advanced further thinking on the topic.

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