Having concern for someone’s wellbeing; expressing that concern; taking steps to help someone maintain or improve their wellbeing. In relation to ethics, the ‘ethics of care’ refers to making sure all participants and other stakeholders are cared for during the research process and beyond. This is often set in opposition to ethics of justice, which operates by aiming to treat everyone equally, while ethics of care implies treating everyone according to their needs. However, Edwards and Mauthner (2012) drawing on the work of Sevenhuijsen (1998) have demonstrated that ethics of justice and ethics of care can be seen as part of a single process.