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This practical, user-friendlyguide examines ethics in research. Ithelpsresearchers to manageethical dilemmas that arise while research is being planned, conducted and reported and includes a unique 'ethical review checklist', as well as other useful features, to aid ethics in practice.

Produktbeschreibung
This practical, user-friendlyguide examines ethics in research. Ithelpsresearchers to manageethical dilemmas that arise while research is being planned, conducted and reported and includes a unique 'ethical review checklist', as well as other useful features, to aid ethics in practice.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan UK
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26.01.2016
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780230233768
  • Artikelnr.: 44926562
Autorenporträt
RON IPHOFEN Social Scientist and until recently Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Healthcare Sciences, Bangor University, UK. He has been Vice Chair of the Social Research Association where he was responsible for updating their ethical guidelines and currently convenes their forum on research ethics. He was scientific consultant on the European RESPECT project and advised the Scottish Executive Social Research on procedures for ethical review. Other advisory roles include: UK Government Social Research Unit, UK Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, National Disability Authority (Ireland) and the National Centre for Social Research. He is co-author of Sociology in Practice for Healthcare Professionals.
Inhaltsangabe
HOW TO USE THIS BOOK The Problem of Ethical Decision-making in Social Research Research Rationale - Justifiable Interventions Researcher Identification - Professional Integrity and Track Record Research Quality and Design Minimising Harm, Maximizing Benefit Selecting, Recruiting, Retaining and Releasing Participants Giving Information and Seeking Consent Monitoring Safety Strategies for Maintaining Privacy and Confidentiality Dealing with Vulnerability Involving Subjects in Research: The Public, Participants, Service Users and Carer Groups Disseminating Findings Systems of Ethical Approval and Formal Ethical Scrutiny Raising Ethical Awareness Ethical Review Checklist Template for Research Proposals Glossary of terms Useful websites References
Rezensionen
'A brilliant book that covers a lot of territory and provides the reader with ample references to further explore many of the intriguing topics raised . It provides great value for the researcher, student and policy maker. Dr. Iphofen's book goes far beyond the formulaic rules of ethics committees, and yet provides a practical guide for researchers and ethics committee members.' - Joan Sieber, Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics (JERHRE)

'This is a pellucid, comprehensive and, most of all, practical guide to resolving the inevitable ethical dilemmas involved in human research. Its key message is that methodological rigour and innovative research outcomes are not incompatible with ethical soundness: quite the contrary, 'good science' is morally good science.' - Professor Jerome Bickenbach, Queen's University, Canada

'Drawing on a range of knowledge and experience, Iphofen gives a fairly comprehensive view of a rapidly developing field. This ismore than an 'ethics primer' for social scientists, but it also avoids too much specialised analysis. It deserves a place in most university libraries and, if Palgrave brings it out in paperback, the shelves of social scientists with specific interest or responsibility for ethics and those whose research tends to raise ethical challenges.'- Nathan Emmerich, PhD candidate in the School of Sociology, Social Policy and Social Work, Queens University Belfast and scholar-reviewer for the THE

'With the growth in interest in ethical decision -making advice is very welcome. Here it comes in the shape of a down to earth and very readable guide. A mixture of theory, practical advice and case examples this is an ideal book for both those who undertake research and those who commission and use it. And for people on research ethics committees this is a useful and readable account of the stages of research and the ethical issues involved' - Anthea Tinker Professor of Social Gerontology and Chairman of the King's College London Research Ethics Committee

'The book succeeds well in offering good practical advice to social researchers about the ethical dimensions of their work. The advice would also benefit those who would not describe themselves as social researchers analysts; consultants; market researchers; those undertaking service evaluations or audits' - Paul Dolan, Adviser/Research, Birmingham City Council in 'Social Sciences Research Group News' November 2009
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