Why does research that uses humans as participants need to be regulated?
Think about studies that were conducted prior to the current laws and the long range and devastating effects they had and, in some cases, still have.
State an area of ethical issues that you may anticipate and need to address as you may plan a study in this area.
Identify at least three ethical issues that you can anticipate when planning when planning this area of interest.
How would you conduct research in that area?
Please give references!
So resources you can refer to.
Research Design: Qualitative, Quantitative and Mixed Methods Approaches by John W. Creswell, 3rd edition; pp. 87-94.
Web Sites; APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct
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1. Regulation of human-focused research - discuss why regulation is needed - 100 words
2. Discuss the effects of Zimbardo experiment & the Tuskegee experiment - 200 words
3. Ethical issues in area of human research - 100 words
4. Conducting safe research in a specified area - 100 words
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OTA 105878/Xenia Jones
Human Focused research
The science behind controversial experiments where humans were used as participants and subjects of study have always been controversial due to the fact that the effects of the research on the participants, in particular their safety and well-being, will always be suspect. APA (2009) relates that the role of researchers and practitioners is to ensure that there is no harm done on any human participant, that beneficence is always observed. In a human-study setting, there is always that question of control and power which sits on the hands of the researcher. Abuse of this power and the potential damage that this will do to human participants is the primary concern. Studies in the early history of scientific research have shown that even the best intentions can lead ...
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Ethical Code of Conduct Plan
Over the past several weeks, you have been learning the various issues the ethical and legal challenges and factors involving your organization. Your task is to compose and submit an ethical code of conduct plan for your company that addresses the conduct of its employees, vendors, board of directors, key stakeholders, as well as its business operations in general.
Your ethical code of conduct plan which will be incorporated into your company's international business expansion plan should include the different concepts and ideas that have been discussed over the past several weeks in this course. You are to submit a detailed plan covering your operations both nationally and internationally in addition to the conduct of its employees, vendors, board of directors, and its business operations overall. The following points need to be addressed in your ethical code of conduct plan:
The legal regulations of conducting business overseas
The ethical code of conduct for employees and vendors
Guidelines for adherence to EEOC, ADA, and Civil Rights laws
Distinguishing between right and wrong in business dealings and when an action is legal
Identifying the issues surrounding the motivation behind unethical or illegal business operations when the consequences are properly documented
The ethical responsibilities of companies in the marketplace if they are a monopoly or oligopoly.
Anything else that you deem important to support your ethical code of conduct plan. The code of conduct plan should be structured so as to be easily navigable for employees; including headings for each section, a clear description of expected and required behavior, training requirements, method of reporting of unethical or illegal behavior, and consequences of unethical or illegal behavior.
The deliverable length is 1,250-1,500 words
Your ethical code of conduct plan should demonstrate your understanding of the concepts and ideas covered throughout the course.
Letter to Employees
As an appendix in the document, write a letter to employees from senior leaders explaining the importance of the implementation of a code of conduct, the company's vision, mission statement, and the importance of good ethical principles for the success of the firm.View Full Posting Details