How Far Can We Go with Deliberative Research at Dangerous Places?

Abstract

This paper reflects on several past research projects that required convening deliberative discussions in dangerous places. It raises questions about the safety of participants, collaboration with government agencies, and working within the constraints of ethical research practices. The reflection offers practical insights into the conduct of deliberative research and practice in difficult and dangerous locations.

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consequentialism, research ethics, Colombia

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Steiner J., (2016) “How Far Can We Go with Deliberative Research at Dangerous Places?”, Journal of Public Deliberation 12(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.16997/jdd.249

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Jürg Steiner (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

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