Accepting Roles Created for Us: The Ethics of Reciprocity
College Composition and Communication
Ethics, Feminism, Higher Education, Research Methodology, Researcher Subject Relationship
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Higher Education | Other Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Grounded in theories of feminist research practices and in two empirical studies we conducted separately, our argument is that seeing reciprocity as a context-based process of definition and re-definition of the relationship between participants and researcher helps us understand how research projects can benefit participants in ways that they desire.
Powell, Katrina M. and Takayoshi, Pamela (2003). Accepting Roles Created for Us: The Ethics of Reciprocity. College Composition and Communication 54(3), 394-422. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/engpubs/154
National Council of Teachers of English