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Research Ethics


June 2008 | SAGE Publications, Inc

Featuring vignettes, this entertaining program examines ethical issues in reporting and conducting research. It defines and offers examples of key reporting issues and teaches how to identify and avoid breaches in reporting research ethics. The DVD explores ethical issues in research conduct, including uses of animals and such issues surrounding human research subjects as informed consent, freedom from harm, debriefing, and confidentiality. It also discusses conflicts of interest.

Contributors:
Jerry Goralnick - Narrator
Morgan Camper - Student
Parker Newton - Student
George Anagnostakos - Student
Kathleen Schaffino - Scholar
Harold Takooshian - Scholar
Brian Golding - Researcher
Nicki Usbay - Production Manager
Justin M. Baer - Executive Producer
Elana B. Joffe - Executive Producer
Carly Wolff - Production Coordinator
Zac Hill - Additional Camerman
Carlos Cabrera - Assistant Editor
Andy Armstrong - Post-Production Supervisor
Elizabeth Obloy - Make Up
Maddy Morris - Production Assistant
Paul Aljian - Animations
Lauren Farrar - Writer
Nimmers Stern - Producer

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ISBN: 9781483373638
$199.00

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