Gaining the trust of teenagers facilitates collection of sensitive data, states Joel W. Grube.
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Celia B. Fisher describes the certificate of confidentiality.
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We want teens to feel that they can trust us and tell us what's really going on in their lives, says Erika E. Forbes.
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Paul Stiles and John Petrila explore the issue of confidentiality in research, outline circumstances in which disclosure might be sought through legal proceedings, and discuss tools and practices available to protect confidentiality.
Cassandra Simmel thinks that all researchers working with children and youth should be prepared for disclosures of abuse.
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Celia B. Fisher addresses the informed consent/attrition debate.
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Margaret R. Weeks discusses how her international team addressed the challenges of implementing a participatory community intervention study to promote female condoms among rural sex workers in southern China.
Lisa Jaycox talks about how to handle teachers' curiosity and breaches of confidentiality.
Robert Kraut discusses the benefits of online research and some of the differences between online research and traditional research.
Informing participants that abuse must be reported can bias your data and your sample, states Joel W. Grube.
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Celia B. Fisher offers advice on confidentiality and disclosure.
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Joel W. Grube talks about an incident when confidentiality was not maintained.
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Dealing with Disclosures by Foster Youth
Opportunities and Challenges in Internet Research