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Title:  Legal and Ethical Issues in the Use of Video in Education Research
Description: This working paper focuses on current legal regulations and ethical guidelines that govern the use of video techniques in education research, and the adequacy of these codes in a changing technological environment. This paper provides a synopsis of ethical and legal guidelines, points out possible issues to be addressed by the professional and legal communities, and provides key suggestions for education researchers using video as a data collection tool.
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Cover Date: January 2002
Web Release: January 23, 2002
Print Release: This Publication will only be available online.
Publication #: NCES 200201
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Center/Program: NCES
Authors: Sousan Arafeh and Mary McLaughlin
Type of Product: Working Paper
  Working Papers provide preliminary analysis of substantive, technical, and methodological issues. They are works in progress that are presented to promote the sharing of valuable work experience and knowledge. These papers have not undergone a rigorous review for consistency with NCES standards.
Survey/Program Areas: International Activities Program (IAP)
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Questions: For questions about the content of this Working Paper, please contact:
Patrick Gonzales.