"não se importa que eu grave?". Questões éticas e paradoxo do observador nos atendimentos de ação social

Translated title of the contribution: "Do you mind that i record it?". : Ethical issues and the observer's paradox in social work encounters

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Abstract

This article deals with some of the ethical issues encountered by social sciences researchers who adopt an ethnomethodological frame. The building of a corpus of interaction recordings requires prior authorization from those speakers involved. The analysis of the conversational sequences pertaining to the authorization requests of the recording sessions, obtained in the context of the research project on social service interviews, allowed the authors to propose an outline of their prototypical organisation and its variants, as well as to highlight the specific negotiation competence exhibited by speakers, a competence which allows them to manage, locally, the ethical issues they are faced with.
Translated title of the contribution"Do you mind that i record it?". : Ethical issues and the observer's paradox in social work encounters
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)278-303
Number of pages26
JournalAnalise Social
Volume50
Issue number215
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2015

Keywords

  • Asking for authorization for recording the person words
  • Conversation analysis
  • Ethical and methodological issues of the social investigation
  • Social work

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