Soc Research Methods
Soc Research Methods Soc 323
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CH 3: Ethics and Politics Outline • Questions about assignment 1? • Due 9:30 am Thursday January 28! • For Thursday: bring laptop. • Today • Ethical & political issues • Resolving these issues What are some of the ethical and political issues raised in social research? -4 different constraints: ethical, political, Ethical Issues • Primarily about methods used • Key issues • Voluntary participation • No harm to participants • Anonymity and confidentiality • Deception: be honest The Stanford Prison Experiment Politics of Research • Substance and use of research • Primary issues • Methodological • How is the study conducted? Politics of Research • Primary issues • Analysis and reporting • Honest about findings and research • Unbiased results • Interpretation Politics of Research • Primary issues • Analysis and reporting • Honest about findings and research • Unbiased results • Interpretation • Don’t allow your feelings and views to interfere with the research How do we resolve these types of dilemmas? Safeguarding • Participant level • Informed consent • Debriefing: talking things out at the end of the study • Share final results Safeguarding • Institutional level • Institutional Review Boards (IRB) • Review proposal involving humans • Federally funded entities • Risk versus benefits • Protected subjects Safeguarding • Institutional level • Professional Codes of Ethics • Confidentiality • Informed Consent • Rules of Research • Excessive Incentives • Full Disclosure & Honesty in Reporting • Plagiarism & Authorship • American Sociological Association • American Psychological Association Your project • What ethical or political issues are raised by your project? • How will you deal with these issues? Key terms • Anonymity • Code of Ethics • Confidentiality • Debriefing • Ethics • Informed Consent • Institutional Review Board (IRB) • Politics
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