How do you protect confidentiality in research?
Researchers employ a number of methods to keep their subjects’ identity confidential. Foremost, they keep their records secure through the use of password protected files, encryption when sending information over the internet, and even old-fashioned locked doors and drawers.
Why are pseudonyms used in research?
A pseudonym is a fictional name assigned to give anonymity to a person, group, or place. Pseudonyms are very useful for research in sensitive topics, particularly with regard to deviant or criminal behavior. When pseudonyms are used, it is important that this be clearly identified in any dissemination of findings.
What are pseudonyms?
A pseudonym is a false or fictitious name, especially one used by an author. When an author uses a pseudonym, it can also be called a pen name or a nom de plume. The word pseudonym can refer to a fake or false name used by anyone, not just writers. It’s typically used so a person can remain anonymous.
How do you use pseudonyms?
Here’s how to use a pen name when self-publishing:Know the reasons why you want to use a pseudonym. Create a pen name that speaks to you. Choose a nom de plum after doing some research. Purchase the rights to your pen name. Copyright your pen name. Notify your self-publishing company about your pseudonym.
What is a good pen name?
The simplest pen name would be a variation of your own name, such as a middle name, nickname, or initials. Many authors change only their last name so they don’t have to remember what first name to use at conferences. Once you decide on a list of possibilities, do the following.
Where can I anonymously post?
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Can you publish a book without copyright?
There is no need to copyright your book (with the U.S. Copyright Office) before submitting it. However, registering your work with the Copyright Office (which does cost money) allows you greater power to litigate and collect damages should someone steal your work.