Martin Tolich Otago University, New Zealand
Martin Tolich is an associate professor at the University of Otago, New Zealand, teaching research ethics and research methods in the sociology department. In 2012, he was awarded a blue skies 3-year Marsden Grant from the Royal Society of New Zealand to study tensions around ethics review (Research Ethics Boards) and indigenous (Māori) consultation. His recent books are with Joan Sieber (2013) Planning Ethically Responsible Research, Sage, Thousand Oaks; Barry Smith (2015) The Politicisation of Research Ethics in New Zealand, Dunmore, Auckland; and a Routledge text he edited (2015) Qualitative Ethics in Practice Routledge. Forthcoming books (in 2018) include the Sage Handbook on Qualitative Research Ethics (with Ron Iphofen) and the fourth edition of Social Science Research in New Zealand (with Carl Davidson).