Ethical Considerations in Conducting Research with Non-native Speakers of English
AbstractThe ethical considerations of three education researchers working with nonnative English-speaking participants were examined from a critical theory standpoint in the light of the literature on research ethics in various disciplines. Qualitative inquiry and data analysis were used to identify key themes, which centered around honor and respect for participants’ voices and the researchers’ perceived limitations of university research ethics boards (REBs) to address adequately their concerns when working with non-native English speakers.
How to Cite
Koulouriotis, J. (2011). Ethical Considerations in Conducting Research with Non-native Speakers of English. TESL Canada Journal, 28, 1. https://doi.org/10.18806/tesl.v28i0.1078