“Styles of Good Sense”: Ethics, Filmmaking and Scholarship.

Jones, K., 2016. “Styles of Good Sense”: Ethics, Filmmaking and Scholarship. In: Goodson, I., ed. The Routledge International Handbook on Narrative and Life History. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 569-580.

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Abstract

In terms of research using film-making for academic scholarship, the ethical emphasis must remain balanced between the two: the active research participants and their worlds, and multiple viewing audiences and their worlds. This is the key fundamental shift in ethical protocols for film-making as an arts-based academic research method.

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ISBN:9781138784291, 9781315768199
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