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Barbara Schneider. Ethical Research and Pedagogical Gaps.

Schneider, Barbara. "Ethical Research and Pedagogical Gaps." CCC 58.1 (2006): 70-88.


"Guidelines for the Ethical Treatment of Students and Student Writing in Composition Studies" signals our increased awareness of the ethical obligations that attend our scholarship and research. Our adoption of research methods from other fields, particularly the social sciences, has heightened that concern. We must now consider the ethical obligations we assume when we teach those methods to students at the beginning of their academic careers.

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