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Chapter 1. Section 2 Scientific Enterprise. Limits of Science. Will Science always provide answers to your questions?. No, Science doesn’t have all the answers Science is limited. Ethics. deals with moral values about what is good or bad.

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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Section 2

Scientific Enterprise


Limits of science

Limits of Science


Will science always provide answers to your questions

Will Science always provide answers to your questions?

  • No, Science doesn’t have all the answers

  • Science is limited


Ethics

Ethics

  • deals with moral values about what is good or bad


Why can t science be used to answer ethical questions

Why can’t science be used to answer ethical questions?

  • Ethical issues do not have variables that can be observed, measured, and tested


Look at figure 17 page 20 what s your opinion

Look at Figure 17…(page 20)WHAT’S YOUR OPINION?


Integrate careers

PROS

human studies might be more reliable

discoveries might benefit millions

humans can give better feedback than non-humans

CONS

research might be dangerous to health and well-being of humans

might be more expensive or take more time than non-human testing

Integrate Careers


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  • Each research project has unique costs and risks

  • Scientists must balance the costs and risks when deciding whether or not to use human subjects


Being ethical and open

Being Ethical and Open

  • Scientists take detailed notes of procedures and observations when they do experiments


Unethical behavior

Unethical Behavior

  • fraud

  • dishonest acts or statements

    • making up data

    • changing results of experiments

    • taking credit for work done by others


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