Global Ethics Day Webinar:
Research ethics in our Times: Big Data & Data Sharing
20 October 2021 10.30am – 12noon (Irish Time)
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‘The Research Ethics Needed for the Big Data / Data Sharing Era’
Prof Natasha Mauthner
Natasha Mauthner is a Professor of Social Science Philosophy and Method, and Director of Research, at the Newcastle University Business School. She leads the Newcastle Methods Hub and is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences. She has held appointments at the Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh, and visiting positions at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Carleton University, University of Melbourne, and the University of Canterbury. Natasha’s research explores how feminist science studies and philosophies of science open up new possibilities for the philosophical foundations, methodological approaches and ethical practices used in the social sciences. This work underpins her substantive contributions to a range of fields including gender, work and family; perinatal mental health; the intersection between technology and society; data sharing and big data; qualitative research; and research ethics.
Dr. Órla O’Donovan, School of Applied Social Studies & Dr. Simon Woodworth, CUBS UCC.
Organisers: Dr. Elizabeth Kiely, Chair UEC, Professor Ciara Heavin, Chair SREC,
Dr Fiachra Ó Súilleabháin, School of Applied Social Studies, and Liz Hales, UEC & SREC.
Free. Organised by University Ethics Committee