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Datenschutzrechtliche Anforderungen bei der Generierung und Archivierung qualitativer Interviewdaten

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  • Stefan Liebig
  • Tobias Gebel
  • Matthis Grenzer
  • Julia Kreusch
  • Heidi Schuster
  • Ralf Tscherwinka
  • Oliver Watteler
  • Andreas Witzel
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    Abstract

    Erarbeitet und verfasst von der Arbeitsgruppe Datenschutz und qualitative Sozialforschung. Förderinstitutionen und wissenschaftliche Fachgesellschaften fordern zunehmend die nachhaltige Archivierung, Sichtbarkeit und Nachnutzbarkeit von Forschungsdaten über deren originären Erhebungshintergrund hinaus . Publikationsorgane erwarten verstärkt die Bereitstellung der in Publikationen verwendeten Forschungsdaten, um die entsprechenden Ergebnisse nachvollziehbar und replizierbar veröffentlichen zu können. Mit einer solchen Entwicklung unterliegen die Anforderungen an die in den qualitativen Sozialwissenschaften erzeugten Forschungsdaten starken Veränderungen. Die Forschungsdaten dienen nicht mehr nur einem Studieninteresse, der Beantwortung einer einzelnen Fragestellung eines Einzelforschers oder eines Forscherteams, sondern sollen auch für weitere Forschungszwecke zur Nutzung bereitgestellt werden. Mit der Forderung nach einer nachhaltigen Nutzung qualitativer Daten wird der Datenschutz zu einem zentralen Problem für die qualitative Sozialforschung.

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    Paper provided by German Council for Social and Economic Data (RatSWD) in its series Working Paper Series of the German Council for Social and Economic Data with number 238.

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    Length: 26
    Date of creation: 2014
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    Handle: RePEc:rsw:rswwps:rswwps238

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    Keywords: ratswd; ratswd working paper; datenmanagement; forschungsdaten; deutschland; replikation; politikberatung; policy advice; datenschutz; sozialforschung; interviewdaten;

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