Using social media networks in research

There’s an interesting post on the Research Ethics blog on the use of social networks for research. In this age of being multiply (over) connected (eg we and other journals have accounts at Twitter, Facebook to name but two) such a development is hardly surprising. However, it poses a number of ethical challenges that Research Ethics Committees will have to delve into when considering these studies.

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