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Unformatted text preview: ▪ Numbers as objective truths, subjective accounts & intersubjective realities ▪ How we decide if numbers have value ▪ Questions to be asked when evaluating the value of research Ethics of doing research ( Babbie, Ch. 3 & Lehrer article ) ▪ Significant moments in history leading to research standards/ethics (Nuremberg, Tuskegee, Milgram, 1990s shift to rights to access) ▪ Ethical responsibilities of researchers ▪ Definitions & components of: voluntary participation, informed consent, do no harm, right to privacy (confidentiality vs. anonymity), debriefing ▪ IRB boards: purposes, issues, specially protected groups, times when IRB approval isn’t needed ▪ Ethical issues in deception studies ▪ Ethical issues of participant trust ▪ Autism case study (discussed in class on 2/7) ▪ The decline effect & what that means for research ethics and progress (Lehrer article)...
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- Spring '11
- Lehrer article, (Lehrer article), Autism case study, specially protected groups