SOAN 2120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Informed Consent

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Privacy: sensitive questions should not be asked, collected data cannot be released. Informed consent: the participant must know what will be occurring during the experiment, cannot deceive participants. Code of ethics: used by ethics review boards, which any organization that conducts research must have, there is a lengthy review process. Researchers perform a cost-benefit analysis, where they weigh their moral obligation against the potential gain of knowledge from an experiment: morality vs. knowledge, this applies only to independent research. Institutional control: conservation in nature, considers moral and legal issues. Statistics that summarize the central location of variables.

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