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Authors:Edgardo Toro (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso)
Fabiola Peña (Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas)
Cristobal Guerra (Universidad Santo Tomas)
Cristian Pinto (Universidad de Tarapacá)
Paper short abstract:
In this presentation we make an analysis of the ethical challenges in research with the immigrant and indigenous population in Latin America. We offer case analysis based on the model of Reid et al. (2020).
Paper long abstract:
Latin America has had a sustained growth in the number and quality of scientific research in different disciplines during the last 10-20 years. These investigations face several ethical challenges, among which the need to respect the cultural differences characteristic of the continent stands out. Research with the immigrant and indigenous population is a clear example of this challenge. In this presentation we offer brief case analyses that reflect the challenges experienced by the authors working with Latin American population residing in the US, with indigenous people in northern Chile, and with immigrants from Central America who reside in Chile. We offer a reflection on how the model of Reid et al. (2019) has helped us to solve or prevent them, considering 4 analysis clusters: Place, People, Principles and Precedents.
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