Hijacking Banksy: a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world

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Hijacking Banksy : a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world. / Bengtsen, Peter.

2016. Paper presented at Street Art & Urban Creativity, Lisbon, Portugal.

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Bengtsen, P 2016, 'Hijacking Banksy: a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world' Paper presented at Street Art & Urban Creativity, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016/06/16 - 2016/06/18, .

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Bengtsen, P. (2016). Hijacking Banksy: a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world. Paper presented at Street Art & Urban Creativity, Lisbon, Portugal.

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Bengtsen P. 2016. Hijacking Banksy: a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world. Paper presented at Street Art & Urban Creativity, Lisbon, Portugal.

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Bengtsen P. Hijacking Banksy: a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world. 2016. Paper presented at Street Art & Urban Creativity, Lisbon, Portugal.

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Bengtsen, Peter. / Hijacking Banksy : a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world. Paper presented at Street Art & Urban Creativity, Lisbon, Portugal.

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TY - CONF

T1 - Hijacking Banksy

T2 - a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world

AU - Bengtsen, Peter

PY - 2016/6/16

Y1 - 2016/6/16

N2 - Taking as its point of departure an article entitled "Tagging Banksy: using geographic profiling to investigate a modern art mystery" which was published in Journal of Spatial Science in March 2016, the present keynote paper aims to open up a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world and the implications for street art researchers when such practice is violated.

AB - Taking as its point of departure an article entitled "Tagging Banksy: using geographic profiling to investigate a modern art mystery" which was published in Journal of Spatial Science in March 2016, the present keynote paper aims to open up a discussion about ethical research practice within the street art world and the implications for street art researchers when such practice is violated.

KW - Graffiti

KW - street art

KW - street art studies

KW - research ethics

KW - Methodology

KW - Research Method

KW - research methodology

M3 - Paper, not in proceeding

ER -