Monthly Archives: March 2015

Universals, Particulars, and the Heartbreak of the Excluded Middle

Written By: Michael Agar, PhD *In conjunction with IIQM & ATLAS.ti Free Qualitative Methods Master Class Webinar Methods Series: http://iiqm.ualberta.ca/ResearchTraining/WebinarSeries/WebinarSchedule2015.aspx I’m assuming that “we”—those who do or those who are interested in a particular kind of human social research–are the … Continue reading

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“The Democratic Case Against Ethical Regulation”

Written By: Robert Dingwall Consulting Sociologist, Dingwall Enterprises Ltd. The system of pre-emptive ethics regulation developed in the biomedical sciences has become a major threat to research in the humanities and the social sciences (HSS). Although there is growing criticism … Continue reading

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