Researchers' Perspectives on Collective/community Co-Authorship in Community-Based Participatory Indigenous Research
Morgan, Vanessa Sloan
Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE 2010 Dec; 5(4): 23-32
Ethical tensions exist regarding the value and practice of acknowledging Indigenous contributions in community-based participatory research (CBPR). Semistructured phone interviews with researchers documented their perspectives on authorship in the scholarly dissemination of their community-based participatory Indigenous research. Thematic analysis resulted in four key ideas: (1) current practices regarding methods of acknowledging community contributions; (2) requirements for shared authorship with individual versus collective/community partners; (3) benefits to sharing authorship with collective/community partners; and (4) risks to sharing authorship with collective/community partners. Findings suggest an emerging but inconsistent practice.
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