Human_Subjects_Protection_02_06_08

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    “Sometimes, with the best of intentions, scientists and public officials and others involved in working for the benefit of us all, forget that people are people. They concentrate so totally on plans and programs, experiments, statistics - on abstractions - that people become objects, symbols on paper, figures in a mathematical formula or impersonal ‘subjects’ in a scientific study.” DSOC 101 February 6, 2008
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    Announcements Assignment #1 Available on Blackboard - due on 2/11/08 Extra-credit assignment Due by 11:59 p.m., Thursday, 2/07/08 Check your test score at: http:// www.irb.cornell.edu/training/quizsoc/search.cfm iClicker –register at: http:// atc.cit.cornell.edu/course/polling/clickers.cfm Feb 8 – last day to add the course and/or change section Disruptive behavior will NOT be tolerated
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    How do sociologists go about setting up a research project? Lecture Outline How do they ensure that the results of the research are reliable and accurate? Can they carry out their research without violating the rights of those they study?
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    iClicker info and demo How do I use my iClicker ? Press the On/Off button at the bottom of the clicker (power light should shine blue). To respond to a question, press the button corresponding to the answer you wish to submit. When the vote status light shines green, your response has been received. A red flashing light indicates that your vote was not received and you will need to vote again. Additionally, your clicker will flash red if your instructor has not begun polling. If you wish to change your response, simply press the button corresponding to the new answer you wish to submit. What if I am having problems with my iClicker ? First, check the batteries.
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2009 for the course DSOC 101 taught by Professor Hirshel during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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