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?? is defined as a subject’s voluntary agreement to participate in research based on a full understanding of the research and of the possible risks and benefits involved

Informed consent

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If a researcher promises ?, he or she cannot link individual participants with their data.

anonymity

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If a researcher promises ?, he or she promises not to reveal the identities of research participants, even though the researcher can link individual participants with their data.

confidentiality

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? include minors who must have the consent of a legal guardian, prisoners., mentally ill, those hospitalized.

Vulnerable populations

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? faced jail time because he chose to protect the identities of his subjects as he promised.

DeMuth

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The ASA has developed a Code of Ethics to which American sociologists are expected to adhere. (5 different codes)

American Sociological Association

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ASA PRINCIPLES

1. Professional competence - states that researchers should recognize their ? and only conduct research for which they've been ?.

They should also engage in ongoing education to remain competent.

limits





trained

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ASA PRINCIPLES


2. Integrity
- Directs that sociologist be ?, ?, and respectful.

honest

fair

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ASA PRINCIPLES


3. Professional and scientific Responsibility - guides sociologists to be
respectful in their relationships with ??.

one another

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ASA PRINCIPLES


4. Respect for people’s rights, dignity, and diversity -, addresses the need to reduce ? in all
professional activities

bias

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ASA PRINCIPLES


5. Social responsibility - sociologists should “strive to
advance the science of ? and serve the ??.”

sociology



public good

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5 Principles of the ASA
1. Professional ?
2. ?
3. ? and Scientific Responsibility
4. Respect for people's rights, ?, and diversity
5. Social ?

Competence





Integrity






Professional









dignity







responsibility