Planning ethically responsible research : a guide for students and internal review boards / Joan E. Sieber.

One of the most important, yet frustrating, aspects of doing social science research is translating ethical principles, especially those required by federal regulations, into valid research methods and procedures. Planning ethically responsible research guides readers through this labyrinth by provi...

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Main Author: Sieber, Joan E.
Format: Book
Published: Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, ©1992.
Series:Applied social research methods series ; v. 31.
Table of Contents:
  • Research ethics, regulations, and the IRB
  • Basic ethical issues in social and behavioral research
  • Risk/benefit assessment and planning
  • Vulnerable populations
  • Developing an effective human subjects protocol.