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Harmcanbedefinedasbothphysical andpsychological

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Unformatted text preview: 3: Do No Harm Ethical Participants should not be at risk of harm as a result of participating. Harm can be defined as both physical and psychological. Harm­Benefit analysis Ethical Issue #4: Right to Privacy Ethical Almost all research guarantees the participants’ confidentiality: Participants are assured that identifying information will not be shared with anyone but other researchers involved in the study. The stricter standard is the principle of anonymity which essentially means that the participant will remain anony...
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