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One thing that would help long-term is if INSNA had a document giving
guidelines for ethically appropriate social network research. This would
allow researchers to point their IRBs to the document, saying that their
study is in compliance with standard norms.

Steve.

Steve Borgatti
Professor & Chair
Organization Studies Dept, Boston College
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Subject: [SOCNET] [Fwd: How to address the IRB's concern]

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Nancy Leonard ([log in to unmask]) wrote to ask about addressing the IRB's
concern about the use of name rosters within a social network survey. Is
there
an alternative to contacting everyone on the list to request their
consent to include
their name on that list?

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