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Ethics in Criminological Research: One Day Conference
Wed, May 10, 2017, 10:30 AM – 4:30 PM BST
Ethical issues in criminological research are an increasingly complex matter. Consideration of issues around safety, informed consent, ‘guilty knowledge’ and disclosure, the limits of ‘participation’ in participant observation, the protection of vulnerable populations and so on, leads to a complex set of interlinked concerns. The aim of this one day conference is to examine these issues more closely. Invited speakers have conducted research which brought with it specific ethical considerations and will present papers outlining how these were tackled and ‘overcome’.
The conference features a Keynote Lecture by Prof. Teela Sanders (University of Leicester).
Other confirmed speakers include:
Dr. Raphael Schelmbach, Dr. Anthony Ellis, Dr. Irene Zempi, Dr. Jennifer Fleetwood, Joanna Hill, Dr. Karenza Moore, Dr. Gary Potter and Dr. Sarah Kingston.
The Centre for Crime, Law and Justice and Lancaster University Law School invites you to attend this event which will take place at Lancaster University, Faculty of the Arts and Social Sciences, Main Room.
Refreshments and lunch are provided. This is a free event and there are a limited number of places available, booking is therefore essential via Eventbrite. Please note that you need to book a ticket before 8th May 2015.
This event is sponsored by the British Society of Criminology, North West and Lancaster University Law School.