Concordia Public Scholars Blog: Ethics of conducting research with criminalized populations / by Alexander McClelland

For the next year, I will be blogging as part of the Concordia University Public Scholars program. In my series of blogs I will be focusing on the ethics of conducting research with populations who are criminalized in Canada. For the first post, I reflect on an experience where someone I was interviewing had also been previously researched and written about by another academic without the person's knowledge or consent. Read it here.