Chapter 3 Lecture Outline

Chapter 3 Lecture Outline - 2.2 Beneficence 2.3 Justice 3...

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Chapter 3: Research Ethics and Philosophies Social science is unique in that our investigation involves real people, and can affect their advancement or do them great harm. Using the Stanford Prison Experiment and the Milgram Obedience Experiment, this chapter highlights the ethical guidelines that must be followed when conducting social research. 1 2 3 Stanford Prison Experiment Example 4 Historical Background 1 Belmont Report issued in 1979 put forth three research mandates 2 2.1 Respect for persons
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Unformatted text preview: 2.2 Beneficence 2.3 Justice 3 Institutional Review board (IRB) required of every institution seeking federal research funding 5 6 7 Milgram Experiment 8 9 10 11 12 13 Ethical Principles 14 1 2 Achieving Valid Results. 3 4 Maintain honesty and transparency 5 6 7 8 Protect research participants. o Avoid harming research participants o Obtain informed consent o Avoid deception and misleading research subjects o Maintain privacy and Confidentiality...
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