The ART and Family Project: Ethics as a component part of a practice-based arts project.

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk


This guest lecture for Masters students within the School of Applied Social and Policy Sciences formed part of the SOP710 Specialist Research Methods for Social Policy module:

This module aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to be able to apply appropriate research and evaluation techniques to different circumstances and report findings; to understand the ethical issues that apply to research with 'vulnerable groups', a term that is used here in the sense in which it is used by ethics approval committees; and to explore some of the creative methods that can be used in such research. It also aims to give students the skills to be able to judge the quality of qualitative research which can be used in policy making.

The talk outlined how ethics touched the practice-based doctoral research project undertaken by Susie Rea, specifically through the discourse promoted by the work and the vulnerable families engaged in its creation.
Period16 Mar 2021
Held atSchool of Applied Social and Policy Sc.
Degree of RecognitionLocal


  • Ethics
  • Photography
  • Arts Based Research
  • Art
  • Genetics
  • ART and Family
  • Susie Rea
  • assisted reproductive technologies
  • PGD
  • vulnerable populations
  • Family