Beyond Text: Ethical Considerations for Visual Online Platforms

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This article considers ethical decision making and privacy for a visual social media landscape and poses important questions for Internet researchers to consider before and during the research process. This author models self-reflective research practices by looking back on their own research practices in regard to two image-based social media projects: the online conference Braving Body Shame and the sexual health education Instagram page The Vulva Gallery.

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Hannah Taylor

Lecturer of Thompson Writing Program

Dr. Hannah Taylor is a Lecturer for the Thompson Writing Program. Her research is focused on reproductive rhetoric, rhetoric of health and medicine, and digital rhetoric. Her work has been published in Peitho, College English, and Composition Forum.


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