Comm 392.StudyGuide ch. 5

Comm 392.StudyGuide ch. 5 - Chapter5ResearchEthics 1.

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Chapter 5 – Research Ethics 1. What are the two broad ethical responsibilities that researchers carry (pp. 76-77)? 2. As you design your study, what nine questions should you be prepared to answer about  your design (p. 77)? 1) What are the benefits of the study 2) How will the consent of participants in the study be gained 3) How can confidentiality and anonymity be handled 4) Are the participants appropriate for the study 5) What potential physical or psychological harm could be done 6) What are the consequences of the study on the participants 7) How will the researcher’s role affect the study 8) Is the research design valid or credible 9) Can the study be done in a valid way 3. Briefly define the three ethical principles outlined in the Belmont Report (1979) (pp. 77- 79) Beneficence- the well-being of participants is protected Respect for persons- a) treat participants as able to make decisions b) protect those who 
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Comm 392.StudyGuide ch. 5 - Chapter5ResearchEthics 1.

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