When a subject discloses information to a researcher or someone else whose

When a subject discloses information to a researcher

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6. When a subject discloses information to a researcher or someone else, whose property is it? Why? What ethical concerns does this create? How is information used in our society? How does the “information age” affect individual privacy? (lecture)7. What does value-free science mean? Is the scientific method really objective and “value-free”? (lecture) Discuss the ethical issues in the Millgram experiment, the Tearoom Trade study, and the Tuskegeesyphilis study. Contrast and compare each. (book and lecture) 9. Be able to define key terms for this chapter. (see Key Terms)
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CHAPTER 4: Conceptualization and Measurement 1. What is a concept? (p.74) A construct? (p.74-76) (book and lecture) 9) An operational definition? How do rules of correspondence link these two processes? What does violating a rule of correspondence mean? (book and lecture) 3. What is a variable? (p.26-27) What is a constant? (p.76-77) List and briefly describe the four steps you should take when selecting variables. (p.77) (book and lecture)
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