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Department
Communication
Course
CMNS 260
Professor
Frederik Lesage
Semester
Spring

Description
Ethics in Social Research Scientific misconduct: When someone engages Research fraud:Atype of unethical behavior in which a researcher fakes or invents data that here she did not really collect, or fails to honestly and fully report how here she conducted a study plagiarism:Atype of unethical behavior in which one uses the writings or ideas of another without giving proper credit. It is stealing ideas Principle of voluntary consent: an ethical principle of social research that people should never participate in research unless they explicitly agreed to do so Informed consent: an agreement by participants saying they're willing to be in a study after they learned something about what the research procedure will involve Special populations: pe
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