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COMM300+Lecture+Slides+-+Lecture+6+-+Sept+22 - designing a...

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COMMUNICATION RESEARCH DR JEFFREY BOASE DOING RESEARCH ETHICALLY
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MENU DU JOUR • Philosophical Views on Ethics • The Milgram study • Ethical Issues in Communication research • Institutional Review Boards
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Philosophical views on ethics Immanuel Kant
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Ethics as codes of conduct Community
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Ethical issues in communication research p.86
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Cause harm?
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Milgram’s study Stanley Milgram
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Voluntary participation p.86
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Generalizability p.223
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If voluntary participation makes the study impossible
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No harm p.87
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Informed consent p.87
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Anonymity and confdentiality p.88
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QUESTION OF THE DAY What are some ways of
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Unformatted text preview: designing a study that would guarantee complete anonymity to participants ? Deception p.89 Institutional review boards p.93 CLICKER QUESTION What is the primary difference anonymity and conFdentiality? A. They are the same thing. B. ConFdentiality means that researchers cannot link a response to a participant, but anonymity does not. C. Anonymity means that researchers cannot link a response to a participant, but conFdentiality does not. D. Anonymity means that researchers know a participants identity but promise not to tell others....
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