'Can you give it to someone who needs it more? Remunerating people who participate in research

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Haughton, M. and Frith, H. 2024. 'Can you give it to someone who needs it more? Remunerating people who participate in research. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review. 6 (2), pp. 1-11. https://doi.org/10.53841/bpspowe.2023.6.2.35
AuthorsHaughton, M. and Frith, H.
Abstract

In this short commentary, we reflect critically on the practice of remunerating people for their participation in qualitative research by drawing on our own ongoing research exploring ‘working mums’ experiences of mothering during economic crisis.

KeywordsResearch; remuneration ; women; working mums
Year2024
JournalPsychology of Women and Equalities Review
Journal citation6 (2), pp. 1-11
PublisherThe British Psychological Society
ISSN2517-4932
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.53841/bpspowe.2023.6.2.35
Web address (URL)https://explore.bps.org.uk/content/bpspowe/6/2/35
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Publication dates01 Dec 2023
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Deposited30 Nov 2023
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