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It is important to reflect upon ethical issues in conducting narrative research beyond what may be considered in Research Ethics Board applications. Ethical issues were identified in a dissertation study that utilized a narrative research approach to explore the process of lifelong learning for five women coaches. Using journal reflections and participant and researcher conversations, three ethical issues are discussed. These issues arose during the process of collecting narratives from participants and in creating narrative analyses of the data. While there exists a broad range of views on narratives, all narrative researchers can benefit from reflecting on ethical issues within their research
Ethical Issues, Narrative Research, Co - Creation, Representation, Authorship
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Callary, B. (2013). Three Ethical Issues in Narrative Research of Women Coaches’ Lifelong Learning. The Qualitative Report, 18(50), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2013.1430
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