Reading+Note+for+Complete+Draft+Principles+Released+By+Ethics+Task+Force (1)

Reading+Note+for+Complete+Draft+Principles+Released+By+Ethics+Task+Force (1)

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Zixuan Li Reading Note for Complete Draft Principles Released By Ethics Task Force This reading articulates 4 purposes of the Code of Ethics: anthropologists are responsible for engaging in a process of ethical thinking and practice that grapples with problems that necessarily emerge in their work, assist faculty members and their students in teaching and learning the ethical code and help them to lay a foundation for their future careers, to be an effective tool guiding anthropologists to make carefully considered ethical decisions, flexible enough to be applied in diverse situations. And their main obligations as an anthropologist are mentioned in this code: Avoidance of doing harm to people, communities, environment associated with researches, balance of completion obligations, openness and honesty and the accessibility of their results, Balance the responsibility of dissemination and its potential consequences, protection and preservation of records, and informed consent. I find it interesting that unlike most other academic disciplines anthropology are more
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