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Unformatted text preview: ar crimes (Nuremberg Trials) Must voluntarily consent to research Research must show clear benefits to society Research must minimize poten'al of harm Ethical Tenants Do No Harm Voluntary Consent Avoid Decep'on Ins%tu%onal Review Boards Du'es Ensure safety to human subjects Assurance of informed consent Advise subjects of poten'al risks and benefits Possibili'es Complete Par'cipant – covert, immersed Par'cipant as observer – announced par'cipant Observer as Par'cipant Complete observer – explicit, announced passive observer 2 most salient Confiden'ality Protect privacy of par'cipants Informed consent Do they freely agree to par'cipate? Free from any element of fraud, decep'on, duress, manipula'on With children – consent from organiza'on legally authorized to represent them Example Researcher wants to understand feelings and coping strategies of parents of a child with a terminal illness Ethical Dilemma: researcher has ask difficult Qs at a vulnerable 'me Painful, trauma'c? But could inform physicians, psychiatrists, prac''oners about how to help parents cope with anger and grief Example Perspec've on Qualita've research Rela'onship between researcher and subject Can get blurred Subject may not know when “being researched” or jus...
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