Informed consent as a situated research process in an ethnography of incarcerated youth in Denmark [BOOK CHAPTER]

Informed consent as a situated research process in an ethnography of incarcerated youth in Denmark [BOOK CHAPTER]
Tea Terbenfeldt Bengtsson
Complexities of Researching with Young People, December 2019; chapter 10
Excerpt
In this chapter I reflect on the complexities of obtaining informed consent when doing ethnography with incarcerated youth. Through concrete examples, it is demonstrated that it is often impossible to obtaining informed consent through standardized research practice. Thus, informed consent cannot be standardized if we are to conduct ethically grounded ethnographies with vulnerable youth but must be developed as a situated research practice throughout the research process…

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