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    Sociological view of abortion, euthanasia and capital punishment

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    1. How might a sociologist's values influence his/her research on such things as capital punishment, euthanasia or abortion?

    2. Why do you think that sociologists pursue certain research topics even when it requires them to work under less than ideal conditions?

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    1. How might a sociologist's values influence his/her research on such things as capital punishment, euthanasia or abortion?

    A sociologist would approach topics such as capital punishment, euthanasia or abortion by looking at it from the inquiry standpoint of how these issues would affect society-at-large. In terms of capital punishment it would be a question of does capital punishment benefit society? In some cases it may and in other cases it may not. In terms of euthanasia it would be a question of does ...

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