Ethical Dilemmas

Order DescriptionConsider one of the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing ethical dilemmas that may face a researcher. Describe ways you might anticipate the problem and actively address it in” rel=”nofollow”>in your research proposal. What boundaries must researchers work within” rel=”nofollow”>in and who sets them?

1. A prisoner you are in” rel=”nofollow”>interviewin” rel=”nofollow”>ing tells you about a potential breakout at the prison that night. What do you do?
2. A researcher on your team copies sentences from another study and in” rel=”nofollow”>incorporates them in” rel=”nofollow”>into the fin” rel=”nofollow”>inal written report for your project. What do you do?
3. A student collects data for her project from several in” rel=”nofollow”>individuals she has in” rel=”nofollow”>interviewed I families in” rel=”nofollow”>in your city. After the fourth in” rel=”nofollow”>interview, she tells you that she has not received approval for the project from the Institutional Review Board. What do you do?

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