Title

Supervisor's Perspectives on the Ethical Supervision of Long Form Writing and Managing Trauma Narrative within the Australian Tertiary Sector

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Article

Publication Date

2017

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This article was originally published as:

Joseph, S., & Rickett, C. (2017). Supervisors’ perspectives on the ethical supervision of long form writing and managing trauma narrative within the Australian tertiary sector. Ethical Space: The International Journal of Communication Ethics, 14(2/3), 61-71.

ISSN: 1742-0105

ANZSRC / FoR Code

1199 OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES| 1302 CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY| 1903 JOURNALISM AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING| 2001 COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA STUDIES| 2005 LITERARY STUDIES

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Abstract

The focus of this paper is to share various perspectives from experienced academics gathered during a qualitative research project where a range of scholars supervising trauma narrative Higher Degree Research (HDR) candidates within Australian universities were interviewed regarding what their needs are in relation to the ethical supervision of their candidates.

It is also anticipated that this paper may also contribute to a better understanding of the supervisory relationship pertinent to candidates undertaking their own personal trauma narrative research and the ways in which academics might provide a safer space for both themselves and their Higher Degree Research students.

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