Liboiron, Max, Alex Zahara, and Ignace Schoot. 2018. “Community Peer Review: A Method to Bring Consent and Self-Determination into the Sciences,” June.

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July 6, 2018 - 6:00am

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AO: In this pre-print article, feminist activist scholar Max Liboiron and her collaborators put forward the concept and method of "community peer review" as a method to extend the ethics of consent into scientific practices. Building on concepts of refusal to research and principles of no harm, the piece suggests that communities be given first review of research to determine what should and should not be published.

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Max Liboiron, Alex Zahara and Ignace Schoot, "Liboiron, Max, Alex Zahara, and Ignace Schoot. 2018. “Community Peer Review: A Method to Bring Consent and Self-Determination into the Sciences,” June. ", contributed by Angela Okune, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 6 July 2018, accessed 22 September 2021.