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Ethics Working Committee Draft. Do Not Distribute. For Review Only.

Research addressing issues with studying minors or vulnerable populations

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  • Barrett, M. and Lenton, S. (2010). Beyond recruitment? Participatory online research with people who use drugs. International Journal of Internet Research Ethics  3 (1), 69-86.
  • Bober, M. (2004). Virtual Youth Research: An Exploration of Methodologies and Ethical Dilemmas from a British Perspective (pp.288-316).  In Buchanan, E. (Ed.). Readings in Virtual Research Ethics: Issues and Controversies. Hershey: Idea Group.
  • Ikonomidis Svedmark, E. & Nyberg, A. (2009). Om det privata i publika och digitala rum. In Se mig: Unga om sex och internet (pp. 354-383). Stockholm: Davidsons Tryckeri AB.
  • Rier, D.A. (2007). Internet social support groups as moral agents: the ethical dynamics of HIV+ status disclosure. Sociology of Health & Illness, 29(7), 1043-1058.
  • Rier, D. (2007). The impact of moral suasion on Internet HIV/AIDS support groups: Evidence from a discussion of seropositivity disclosure ethics. Health Sociology Review, 16(3/4).
  • Stern, S. (2004). Studying Adolescents Online: A Consideration of Ethical Issues (pp. 274-287). In Buchanan, E. (Ed.). Readings in Virtual Research Ethics: Issues and Controversies. Hershey: Idea Group.
  • Stern, S. R. (2003). Encountering distressing information in online research: A consideration of legal and ethical responsibilities. New Media & Society, 5(2), 249- 266. QA76.9.c66 n49
  • Sveningsson Elm, M. (2007). Young people’s presentations of relationships in a Swedish Internet community. Young, 15(2), 145-167.
  • Williams, S. & Reid, M. (2007). A grounded theory approach to the phenomenon of pro-anorexia. Addiction Research & Theory, 15(2), 141-152.
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