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Ethics and Values in Applied Social Research
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Ethics and Values in Applied Social Research


Volume: 12
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Simulation & Gaming

160 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
With the primary objective of raising ethical sensibility, this volume details the ethical problems and dilemmas faced by applied social science researchers. Issues such as the use of deception, the participant's right to privacy and informed consent, and the potential harm of public disclosure are confronted. The author discusses the need to review ethical problems and their implications in the context of current ethical standards in both society and the scientific community. Case studies illustrate unanticipated ethical dilemmas which might emerge during a research project. Issues are presented and interpreted clearly so that their complexity can be penetrated and potential solutions envisioned. The volume also includes specific methodological suggestions and recommendations for future ethical progress.
 
Introduction
 
An Overview of Ethical Problems in Social Research
 
Ethical Standards and Guidelines for Social Research
 
Methodological Issues and Dilemmas
 
Confidentiality and the Right to Privacy
 
Special Problems in Applied Settings
 
Attitudes and Value Commitments
 
Conclusions and Recommendations

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Allan J. Kimmel

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