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Week three notes CJC 202 3

Amanda Baldauf
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Research Methods in Criminal Justice

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amanda Baldauf on Sunday September 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CJC 202 3 at Ball State University taught by Gibbs in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 37 views. For similar materials see Research Methods in Criminal Justice in Criminal Justice at Ball State University.

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Date Created: 09/13/15
Week three notes Monday September 7 2015 837 PM Ethics and CJ Research Ethical issues Morality o Distinguishing between right and wrong Ethics 0 Standards of moral conduct for professional groups 0 General agreements shared by researchers about what comprises proper as well as improper conduct Research should not cause harm to participants 0 C has the potential to do both physical and psychological harm I Ways you could be harmed 11 Physical III Psychological III Financial You need to weigh the risks of the research The potential benefits of the research should outweigh the possible harm 1000 Control 500 or 90 Experiment Placebo suerger pill 500 50 450 deaths New drug Saves 250 lives Key ethical issues 1 No harm to participants 2 Voluntary 3 Anonymity and confidentiality Do no harm Groups in danger of physical harm during research Research subjects Researchers 4 Deception I I 5 Analysis and reporting Th39rd partles 6 Legal liability 7 problems Voluntary participation Participants must be made aware that participation is voluntary This dose negatively impact generalizability generalizability can all ways be different Anonymous dose not know Confidential knows dose not say anything New Section 1 Page 1 report to anyone Confidenliality Researchers COULD Anonymity link information to participants If there are promises not to then steps must be taken to protect subjects identity Deceiving subjects Deception is almost always considered unethical Identifying one39s self as a researcher rarely compromises a study in fact it probably dose more good than harm Research is not convert or undercover activity Analysis and reporting Researchers have an obligation to report the technical short coming and failures of their studies All neg findings should be reported Hpothesis AgtB When in reality CgtB New Section 1 Page 2


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