Ethical_Principles@AUT. The principles used by AUTEC in granting ethical approval for research. Basic Values. A major problem within a multicultural and multivalent society: How do we decide what is ethical in a society in which there are many competing, and conflicting, systems of values?.
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The principles used by AUTEC in granting ethical approval for research.
A major problem within a multicultural and multivalent society:
How do we decide what is ethical in a society in which there are many competing, and conflicting, systems of values?
A basic set of values for social relationships in New Zealand are the three key principles of the Treaty of Waitangi, as defined by the courts and the Waitangi Tribunal:
The next three slides show on the left the obligations as determined by the Courts and the Waitangi Tribunal under each principle for maintaining the social relationship between Maori and others in New Zealand, and on the right suggests how these may be used in building and maintaining ethical social relationships between researchers and participants
Please take the time to read the links on the following slides to sections of Applying for Ethics: Guidelines and Procedures as these contain AUTEC’s official statements about its principles and how it uses them.
The following slides also contain some tips based on issues arising from AUTEC’s previous consideration of applications. These are offered as additional assistance only and may not relate to your research.
“The beginning is the most important part of the work.”
Plato, The RepublicGreek author & philosopher in Athens (427 BC - 347 BC)
The Ethics Coordinatorethics@aut.ac.nzFurther Information(click on the links)