Ethics Guidelines & Blogs for Linguistic Experiments in Fieldwork Situations

Experimental Linguists who want to work in fieldwork contexts have to conform to the ethical standards developed for psycholinguistic experiments while at the same time fulfilling the ethical requirements for linguistic fieldwork or anthropological linguistics. This leads to new ethical challenges that have only recently been discussed in more detail.

S. Eisenbeiss: Ethics and Experimental Field Linguistics Tutorial

S. Eisenbeiss: Extending Experimental Linguistics to Under-Researched Languages and Populations – The Principle of Justice and New Ethical Challenges

Ethics Guidelines

For further guidelines, see: http://www.cessda.org/sharing/rights/4/

Blog with discussion about fieldwork ethics (e.g. for child language research in the field)

http://www.paradisec.org.au/blog/2012/10/researching-child-language-in-the-field-october-lip/

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