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Research addressing ethical issues or dilemmas related to recruitment,

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  • Clark, D. (2004). What if You Meet Face to Face? A Case Study in Virtual/Material Research Ethics (pp. 246-261). In Buchanan, E. (Ed.). Readings in Virtual Research Ethics: Issues and Controversies. Hershey: Idea Group.
  • Hudson, James M., & Bruckman, Amy. (2004). “Go away”: Participant objections to being studied and the ethics of chatroom research. The Information Society, 20, 127–139. doi: 10.1080/01972240490423030
  • Hudson, James M., & Bruckman, Amy. (2005). Using empirical data to reason about Internet research ethics. Proceedings of the European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW) (pp. 287–306). Retrieved April 24, 2009, from http://www.cc.gatech. edu/~asb/papers/hudson-bruckman-ecscw05.pdf
  • King, S. (1996). Researching Internet communities: Proposed ethical guidelines for the reporting of results. The Information Society, 12 (2), 119-128.
  • Waskul, Dennis, & Douglass, Mark. (1996). Considering the electronic participant: Some polemical observations on the ethics of on-line research. The Information Society, 12(2), 129–140.
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