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Discuss and define 'informed consent' in criminal justice, as well as whether or not the Department of Health and Human Services guidelines of 1981 helped resolve the principal objections of field research to the informed consent issue.

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Protecting the identity of subjects during research is detrimental to the study and all those involved. Ensuring that subjects are informed of the type of data that will be collected from as well as how it will be used to educate society can assist the overall results of the study. Below we'll discuss and define informed consent in criminal justice, as well as whether or not the Department of Health and Human Services guidelines of 1981 helped resolve the principal objections of field research to the informed consent issue.

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Protecting the identity of subjects during research is detrimental to the study and all those involved. Ensuring that subjects are informed of the type of data that will be collected from as well as how it will be used to educate society can assist the overall results of the study. Below we'll discuss and define informed consent in criminal justice, as well as whether or not the Department of Health and Human Services guidelines of 1981 helped resolve the principal objections of field research to the informed consent issue.

250 words with reference.

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