Ch 5 Ethics - “Human Subjects” Approval...

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Ethics In Communication Research
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Two Main Responsibilities: 1. To science Honesty Guidelines of academic communities Worthiness of research
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Two Main Responsibilities: 1. To research participants A. Beneficence Protect from harm Maximize benefit Benefits must outweigh risks B. Justice Equal treatment
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Responsibilities to Participants A. Respect for Persons Treating individuals as capable of making decisions and protecting those who are not Informed consent Participant-signed informed consent Public or private?
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IRB Approval Institutional Review Boards
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Unformatted text preview: “Human Subjects” Approval http://www.utsa.edu/oric/ Specific Ethical Issues Deception Only when absolutely necessary Only when no significant risk Debriefing as soon as possible Use of Confederates Specific Ethical Issues Anonymity Participants’ identifying information is not attached to the data Confidentiality Only the researcher has access to participants’ information Specific Ethical Issues Reporting results Accuracy & thoroughness Avoiding plagiarism...
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2011 for the course COM 3083 taught by Professor Deturk during the Spring '10 term at The University of Texas at San Antonio- San Antonio.

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