Ethics in Data Collection (confidentiality, Consent, Data Sharing and much more)
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Is it allowed by Data Collection ethics to use money in the process of data collection when Community member refused to attend to You?
Ethically it is wrong to offer gifts or handouts during data collection. It’s no different from bribing them for information. If people do not consent to share information, humanitarian and development professionals respect the privacy of beneficiaries and do not force them to share any information under any circumstance.
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An effective data collector must act from a grounding in ethics, treating each res ponder s with fairness and respect,
Collecting data/sharing data from minor majors or collecting/sharing data from marginalized communities needs more attention
Hello @Teweda and thank you for this important input.