The issue of consent will be considered while the research data is collected. There will be proper documentation of consent. All the areas where the information would be used will be explained to the participants. Without their consent the data that they provide will not be used in the research. Apart from this, the research will look into the consent of the secondary data that will be used. The people who give consent need to be the individuals who are aged 18 or above. There will be no interviews conducted with minors. The people will be given comfortable spaces to voice their opinion. The researcher will undertake efforts to remain neutral. There will be no efforts made by the researcher to influence the direction of the interview. The researcher will only document the data and ensure that they are not biased in any way. The participant will not be forced to answer the questions they deem to be uncomfortable.
There will be a number of ethical guidelines observed to ensure that the people in question do not feel threatened. There will be no significant health risk to the people and the participants have the option of not answering all the questions. The direction of the interview will be based on the participant and their comfort level to the issues. The sampling size that is considered for this research is very less. There is only the use of qualitative data. This can lead to the issue of bias or the people questioning the validity of the research. To overcome this issue, there will be the use of secondary data to bolster the argument that has been made by the researcher.Another issue that needs to be addressed is the issue of bias. The researcher will ensure that there is critical examination of the research data and all efforts will be taken to prevent the people from being forced to answer biased questions. There will be the use of data and critical examination. Final conclusions will be based on the majority of the views of the research data. All efforts will be taken to address the issue of limitations.