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Research addressing ethical issues or dilemmas related to anonymization/pseudymization:

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  • Barchard, K. & Williams, J. (2008). Practical advice for conducting ethical online experiments and questionnaires for United States psychologists. Behavior Research Methods 40(4), 1111-1128.
  • Barry, D. (2001). Assessing Culture via the Internet: Methods and Techniques for Psychological Research. CyberPsychology & Behavior 4(1), 17-21.
  • Carusi, A. (2008). Data as Representation: Beyond Anonymity In E-Research Ethics. International Journal of Internet Research Ethics 1(1), 37-65.
  • Flicker, S., Haans, D., Skinner, H. (2004). Ethical Dilemmas in Research on Internet Communities. Qualitative Health Research 14(1), 124-134.
  • Ikonomidis Svedmark, E.  (2010). Med nätet som fält: urvalstankar, känslostormar och etikproblem. Kulturella Perspektiv 2, 11-21.
  • James, N. & Busher, H. (2007). Ethical issues in online educational research: protecting privacy, establishing authenticity in email interviewing. International Journal of Research & Method in Education 30(1), 101-113.
  • Kitchin, H. (2003). The Tri-Council Policy Statement and Research in Cyberspace: Research Ethics , the Internet, and Revising a ‘Living Document.’ Journal of Academic Ethics 1, 397-418.
  • Lenert, L. & Skoczen, S. (2002). The Internet as a Research Tool: Worth the Price of Admission? The Society of Behavior Medicine 24(4), 251-256.
  • Muhlenfeld, H. (2005). Differences between ‘talking about’ and ‘admitting’ sensitive behaviour in anonymous and non-anonymous web-based interviews. Computers in Human Behavior 21, 993-1003.
  • Pittenger, D. (2003). Internet Research: An Opportunity to Revisit Classic Ethical Problems in Behavioral Research. Ethics & Behavior 13(1), 45-60.
  • Porr, B. (2004). Organizational Research Over the Internet: Ethical Challenges and Opportunities. In Buchanan, E. (Ed.) Readings in Virtual Research Ethics: Issues and Controversies (pp. 130-154). Hershey: Idea Group.
  • Rhodes, S., Bowie, D., Hergenrather, K. (2003). Collecting behavioural data using the world wide web: considerations for researchers. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 57, 68-73.
  • Sassenberg, K. & Kreutz, S. (2002). Online Research and Anonymity. Online Social Sciences, 214-224.
  • Tilly, L. and Woodthorpe, K. (2011). Is It the End of Anonymity as We Know It? A Critical Examination of the Ethical Principle of Anonymity in the Context of the 21st Century Demands on the Qualitative Researcher. Qualitative Research 11 (2), 197-212.
  • Waern, Y. (2001). Ethics in Global Internet Research. Report from the Department of Communication Studies, Linkoping University.
  • Zimmer, M. (2010). “But the data is already public’: On the ethics of research in Facebook. Ethics & Information Technology, 12(4), 313-325.
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