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Department
Sociology
Course
SOCI 2030
Professor
Secil Erdogan- Ertorer
Semester
Fall

Description
Research Ethics This study is being conducted to determine whether or not crime is affected by the intervention of a bystander. If it is proven that such an intervention will discourage, interrupt, and or prevent the crime, the implication is that this can be implemented as an effective deterrent of criminal activity. In regards to ethics, the information obtained from participants will only be used for the purpose of sociological research. While the participants will be asked about their association and interventions in crimes from the position of a bystander, there is possibility that they have committed a crime themselves in the process. If this is the case, the participant will not be held liable in any way, as this data is not shared with police, or any other institution. If findings have been published, anonymity is
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