New Book Review Out: R.J. Smith on David Calvey’s book on “Covert Research” #sssi #sociology #methods cc @sociologylens

Parallel to the discussions on research ethics sociologists further develop their research methods. With “Covert Research” David Calvey has published a book that explores how researchers can maintain their commitment to research ethics while conducting research without revealing their identity as a social scientist. Calvey draws on a wide range of examples, including his own research on the work of bouncers at nightclubs.

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