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Flashcards in Ethical Considerations Deck (20):
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Quantitative Sampling

Objective, random and for representation

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Qualitative Sampling

Purpose, searching for certain groups and people

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Purposive Sampling Benefit

Rich information that is in depth

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Critical Cases Sampling

Looking at specific cases and incident samples

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Homogeneous Sampling

People who are common sample

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Intensive Sampling

People above and below the average population sample

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Extreme/Deviant Sampling

Sampling from unusual events

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Snowball Sampling

Using people to find other people to sample

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Opportunistic Sampling

Anyone who is available through friends and whom they know sampling

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Theoretical Sampling

Sampling to confirm or disconfirm a case

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Sample Size Related To

Sample size is related to the richness of data

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Ethic Principles

Autonomy, Justice, Non-maleficence and Beneficence

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Autonamy

Respect for someone with opportunity to consent

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Justice

Ensuring respect to participants by treating them equally

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Non-Maleficence

No intentional harm upon individuals

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Beneficence

Removing any harm from pariticpants

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Ethic Categories

Open communication and interaction, Data treatment, Publication and disseminating the data/avoid censorship/suppression of findings

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Open Communication and Interaction

Protect participants from any harm, consent, respect, confidentiality, their anonymity,

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Treatment of Data

Truth and no false, ensure make sense by asking participant

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Publication and dissemination of data, avoid censorship and suppression of findings

Ensure safety of self and the participant, no misinterpretation or representation of the data