Adventures in Collaborative Research: A Case Study for Performance and Discussion

TitleAdventures in Collaborative Research: A Case Study for Performance and Discussion
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsPimple, KD
Pagination6 p.
Publication LanguageEnglish
AbstractA professor in anthropology is leading an interdisciplinary team of graduate students studying race relations in a small rural town. When an issue comes up with the validity of the paper being written as a result of the study, one of the students thinks that her professor is making up quotes, she has to decide what to do. A 6-page script-style case with questions for discussion. Social science (oral history) and interdisciplinary research. Issues include authorship, mentoring, collaborative research, miscommunication, and human subjects research. Includes questions for discussion.
NotesThis case study was developed by Dr. Ken Pimple during his tenure as Director of the Poynter Center for the Study of American Institutions at Indiana University at Bloomington as part of the Teaching Research Ethics Program that ran from 1993-2013. There is also an abridged version (without questions) of this script available at http://teachrcr.us/rs/Adventures-Abridged.pdf">http://teachrcr.us/rs/Adventures-Abridged.pdf.
URLhttp://teachrcr.us/rs/adventures.pdf

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