Making Social Science Research Transparent [Webinar]

Webinar "Spletni seminar. Online", CESSDA, (2021)


CANNON, matt
DOORN, Peter
GLAVICA, Marijana
MASTEN, Sergeja


High-quality data have the potential to be reused in many ways. Archiving and publishing your data properly is at the core of making your data FAIR and will enable both your future self as well as others to get the most out of your data. Recently, more and more scientific journals are implementing open data policies, leading to researchers' dilemmas about where, when and how to publish the data. Consequently, the way that social science research is conducted and disseminated is gradually changing. A crucial element of that change is research transparency. Introduction to topic took place in the first part of the event. In the second part, panelists presented in-depth the processes, policies and tools implemented for facilitating transparent research in the social sciences. They discussed the processes that need to be in place for an open research cycle, the role of data archives and repositories in sharing research data and materials, tools for reproducing research findings in practice, collaborations between archives and social science journals, and implementing Transparency and Openness Promotion Guidelines in different social science disciplines.

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