Managing qualitative research as insider-research in small rural communities
|dc.identifier.citation||Heslop, C. and Burns, S. and Lobo, R. 2018. Managing qualitative research as insider-research in small rural communities. The International Journal of Rural and Remote Health Research, Education, Practice and Policy. 18 (3).|
© James Cook University. Rural clinicians in small communities face the pressure of always being 'on duty', and the ethical challenges of overlapping relationships with members of the community and duality of roles. The lead author of this commentary has experience as an insider researcher living within a small rural community, and has navigated the ethical challenges and community pressures of conducting qualitative research within an interconnected network. With appropriate measures and planning, insider research can be conducted rigorously, while maintaining ongoing relationships, confidentiality and anonymity.
|dc.title||Managing qualitative research as insider-research in small rural communities|
|dcterms.source.title||The International Journal of Rural and Remote Health Research, Education, Practice and Policy|
|curtin.department||School of Public Health|
|curtin.accessStatus||Fulltext not available|
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