Research Ethics in Sign Language Communities - ASL Translation Summary
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Harris, R., Holmes, H. M., & Mertens, D. M. (2009). Research ethics in sign language communities. Sign Language Studies, 9(2), 104-131,247. doi: https://doi.org/10.1353/sls.0.0011
Codes of ethics exist for most professional associations whose members do research on, for, or with sign language communities. However, these ethical codes are silent regarding the need to frame research ethics from a cultural standpoint, an issue of particular salience for sign language communities. Scholars who write from the perspective of feminists, indigenous peoples, and human rights advocates have commonly expressed dissatisfaction with their lack of representation in conversations about research ethics. Members of sign language communities and their advocates can learn from others who share in this struggle and contribute much to this topic. We propose the development of sign language communities' terms of reference (SLCTR) as a means to research by, for, and with sign language communities.
- Harris, R., MacGlaughlin, H.M., Mertens, D.M. & Perez, J. (2020). Research Ethics in Sign Language Communities – ASL Translation Summary. 2020, doi: http://doi.org/10.3998/dsdj.15499139.0005.017