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1

What acronym can be used to remember the ethics around research?

Can = Consent
Do = Deception
Can't = Confidentiality
Do = Debrief
With = Right to withdraw
Participants = Protection from harm

2

What is meant by ethical issue?

Conflict between gaining valuable research and preserving the right of participants

3

What is meant by ethical guideline?

Set of rules in order to help protect those involved in research

4

What is meant by ethical implications?

Impact of research on society and the influence it will have on public policies or how a group is seen

5

What is meant by socially sensitive research?

Any controversial research

6

What is meant by the implications of socially sensitive research?

Research may be seen as giving 'scientific' credibility to prejudice and discrimination and by used to justify public policy

7

What were the concerns with social sensitive research suggested by Sieber and Stanley (1988)?

-Implications
-Use/public policy
-Validity of the research

8

What did Sieber and Stanley (1988) mean by implications concerning socially sensitive research?

-'Scientific status' to prejudice and discrimination

9

What did Sieber and Stanley (1988) mean by use/public policy concerning socially sensitive research?

Findings may be adopted by the government for politic ends or to shape public policy

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What did Sieber and Stanley (1988) mean by validity of research concerning socially sensitive research?

Some research presented as objective may actually be fraudulent

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What are the benefits of socially sensitive research?

Under-represented groups and issues may promote greater understanding to help reduce prejudice