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Becoming an ethical researcher
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Acknowledgements

This free course was written by Alison Fox, Deborah Cooper and Clare Lee, with welcome contributions and feedback from Gill Clifton, Claire Hewson, John Oates and Simon Rea. It was first published in October 2020.

With thanks to Open University colleagues Dr Kate Breeze and Professor Teresa Cremin for their audio accounts.

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Figure 2: Stefano Ember; Shutterstock.com

Figure 3: artteacher; Pixabay

Figure 4: Shaftesbury: Archive Publishing

Figure 5: Fokusiert; Getty Images

Figure 6: Malala Trust; taken from:https://uk.reuters.com/news/picture/greta-met-malala-young-activists-picture-idUKKBN20J26I

Figure 7: Christopher Hope-Fitch; Getty Images

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