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Revista Polis e Psique

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DELL'AGLIO, Daniela Dalbosco; SBEGHEN, Edson Pilger Dias  and  HEINZE, Rossana Bogorny. Ethical Concerns: about the possibility of (dis) encounters. Rev. Polis Psique [online]. 2019, vol.9, n.spe, pp. 36-53. ISSN 2238-152X.

As researchers in the Social Psychology Field, we start from considering the distressing feeling of thinking about the process of carrying out research. We problematize how concerns, doubts and uncertainties along the researching experience build the researching individual. Such subject is not alone, since he is constantly related to the research field where he is inserted. How can this reflexive and ethical practice influence on the act of carrying out research? Therefore, we focused on understanding ethics, differently from protocols, considering ethics as an attitude which blurs the boundaries of researchers and “the ones who are researched”. By considering the writing practice and the use of a field diary, we can reflect on how this subject is built throughout the time, an individual who feels concerned and distressed and who enables an ethical reflection about his practices.

Keywords : ethic; implication; field diary; subjectivity; research.

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