Ethical aspects in research in adapted physical activity

Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 2 (2):257 – 270 (2008)
This paper discusses some of the ethical aspects in research in Adapted Physical Activity (APA). It indicates some of the ethical challenges related to the choice of research problem to be investigated, and the treatment of participants, not least when working with people who are in some ways in a more vulnerable life situation. Drawing also on experiences as a researcher with a disability, the challenges and potential benefits of involving people with disabilities in APA research is critically discussed
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    David Bridges (2001). The Ethics of Outsider Research. Journal of Philosophy of Education 35 (3):371–386.
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