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Evaluating Bias in Research 1 James Hall Dr. Cameron D. Lippard Intro to SOC 100 July 23, 2017
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Evaluating Bias in Research 2 Looking at the article regarding the biases in research, I would first need to be able to ask questions no matter how hard it may seem to ask them because in order to apply my critical thinking, I must have an open mind that is able to apply clarity and logic to the issue. Being able to ask difficult questions means having the ability to communicate what may not necessarily be my personal view or opinion. Instead the questions speak to the issues and are not biased in any direction. In my opinion, one who is able to ask the difficult questions without showing favoritism is one that displays a character of integrity and is the one most likely to be respected for their views. In reading the article I noted a few biases related to the financial connections between the drug companies and their researchers that seemed to result in misleading information. Because
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