Privacy and Access to Information
Mize, Selene; Dawson, John; Peart, Nicola
This paper provides an overview of New Zealand law concerning privacy and access to information research. The authors discuss the issues researchers most commonly confront, particularly matters of privacy when personal material is collected from research subjects and researchers’ attempts to obtain material held by others. The authors suggest a method that researchers could use to analyse information problems, involving careful scrutiny of the relationships involved.
Editor: Dawson, John; Peart, Nicola
Publisher: University of Otago Press
Keywords: Research Ethics; Privacy; New Zealand
Research Type: Chapter in Book