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Geography 237a Research Methods. Ethics in Social Research (Babbie Chapter 3). no harm informed consent confidentiality anonymity deception debriefing case studies. Ethics Terminology. no harm do not endanger physically, psychologically or socially do not embarrass

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ethics in social research babbie chapter 3

Geography 237aResearch Methods

Ethics in Social Research(Babbie Chapter 3)
  • no harm
  • informed consent
  • confidentiality
  • anonymity
  • deception
  • debriefing
  • case studies

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ethics terminology
Ethics Terminology

no harm

  • do not endanger physically, psychologically or socially
  • do not embarrass

e.g, reveal that Virgil very critical of his boss (social harm)

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Ethics Terminology

informed consent

  • contract for participation in a study
  • typically signed document, sometimes verbal
  • informed: basic goals/purpose of study
  • consent: to use data
  • withdraw anytime, destroy data if requested

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Ethics Terminology

anonymity

  • readers of research reports cannot identify responses
  • researchers blind to responses too?

confidentiality

  • researchers know identity but do not reveal publicly

pseudonyms

  • in interview research, to protect confidentiality

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Ethics Terminology

deception

  • hotly debated issue (violates informed consent)
  • sometimes “necessary” to obtain truthful responses/participation – more “natural”
  • e.g., Milgram obedience study (many psychological experiments still deceive)

debriefing

  • if participation includes deception
  • participant learns of deception and value of it for study

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ethics example
Ethics Example

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“Trouble in the Tearoom” example in text

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