Grounded in theories of feminist research practices and in two empirical studies we conducted separately, our argument is that seeing reciprocity as a context-based process of definition and re-definition of the relationship between participants and researcher helps us understand how research projects can benefit participants in ways that they desire.
National Council of Teachers of English
Powell, Katrina M; Takayoshi, Pamela (2003). Accepting Roles Created for Us: The Ethics of Reciprocity. National Council of Teachers of English 54(3) 394-422. Retrieved from https://oaks.kent.edu/engpubs/154