Sharing Sensitive Qualitative Data Online
Researchers who handle qualitative and/or sensitive research data have many questions on whether to share data, and how to share data in a way that aligns with their ethical obligations. While working with a dataset involving interviews with sexual assault survivors, a team led by Dr. Rebecca Campbell developed a methodological framework for remediating sensitive narrative data. During this multiphase process, the team talked to diverse community partners to understand reidentifiability risks and data sharing concerns. They then engaged in an iterative process to identify potentially identifiable information and problem-solved through group review and consensus. Finally, they assessed the validity of the deidentified analyses. Join us as their team describes their process, considerations for researchers wanting to share sensitive narrative data, and ways that funders and institutions can support researchers doing this work.
This event is offered by the Center for Open Science. Registration link below.
- Thursday, February 15, 2024
- 10:00am - 11:00am
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