Week 1 Notes for CJ 306
Week 1 Notes for CJ 306 CJ 306
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Date Created: 01/28/15
C 306 Week 1 Notes 1132015 if research I want has already been done can I add something to it if not then it is useless communicate clearly and concisely tvoes of articles professional journals existing work empirical studies original research me iterature reviews already published library probem solving solutions don39t be biased subjective internalized comes from me empathizing objective externalized standing on the outside looking in case studiesmaterials obtained while working with or observing individuals ethical and leoal standards pubication manual designed to achieve 3 goals 1 ensure accuracy of scienti c knowledge 2 protect rights and welfare of research participants 3 protect intellectuals property rights ethical reporting of research results vaidity repication scientific method involves observations that can be replicated and repeated do not fabricate or falsify data Modifying also includes pictures do not fabricate or falsify data to support hypothesis authors are responsible for making such errors public if discovered after pubHcann duplicate replication misrepresentation of data as original when they have been have published previously is prohibited plagiarism do not claim the work of others as your own give credit direct quote quot quot paraphrase have to cite source sir name last name given name rst name self plagiarism your own work and you try to present it as new protecting rights rights and con dentiality of research participants when conducting research the research must adhere to the standards set in the APA ethics code case studies researchers are prohibited from disclosing con dential or personally identi able info concerning participants 1 coding to hide identity 2 disguise material so the subject or a 3rd party are not identi able con ict of interest do not have a personal connection in the research or the outcome supposed to be unbiased
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