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Unformatted text preview: What we’ll cover today • Review from M onday • Details about E xa m 1 • More on the re search process, and how that lead s us to ethical issues Thinking in the Social Sciences Paradigms: Theories: Hypotheses: Review: The value of numbers • How can numbers have symbolic value? • How can numbers have instrumental value? Evaluating reported research Who produced the research? What was the purpose of the research? Who participated in the research? Research Ethics Primary Responsibilities of Researchers • Accuracy • Adhere to regulations about research Research Ethics: Historical Context • Nuremberg Code • Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment • Milgram Experiment Ethical Issue #1: Voluntary Participation People can’t be coerced into People participating in research participating Ethical Issue #2: Informed Consent Prospective research participants must be fully informed about the procedures and risks involved in research BEFORE consenting to participate. Informed Consent Must Include: Ethical Issue #3: Do No Harm Participants should not be at risk of harm as a result of participating. Ethical Issue #4: Right to Privacy Confidentiality vs. anonymity Institutional Review Boards • Purpose of IRB • IRB Issues • IRB protected groups Deception Studies • When permitted? • Common types: – Medical studies – Conformity studies • Ethical issues in covert research Ethical Issue #5: Debriefing • Goal: Ensure that participants leave the research project with at least as much selfesteem and low anxiety that they came in with ...
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