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9 Cards in this Set

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Ethical Issues
Ethical issues are philosophical questions and, as such, there is no general agreement among philosophers to such questions.
Societal Norms
codes of behavior adopted by a group, suggesting what a member of the group ought to do under given circumstances
Rights and Obligations for Respondents
Informed Consent
Obligations of the Respondent
Honesty and cooperation
Rights of the Respondent
To be informed of the purpose of the research, To enjoy the privacy of their own home free of intrusion, to not be deceived and to not be physically or psychologically
Obligations of the Researcher
To ask for informed consent, to not harm the respondent in any manner, to disclose the purpose of the research, to ensure the objectivity and accuracy of research results,
To accurately represent the statistical analysis, to report on major errors in the conduct of the research,
to keep the client’s proprietary information confidential, and to not appropriate ideas from other competitors’ bids
Rights of the Researcher
To expect honesty and cooperation in responses, to seek information at reasonable times, and to not be “used” by the client
Obligations of the client
Respondent confidentiality, Honesty with the researcher,
Openness with the researcher, and Truthful representation
Rights of the client
Accurate objective results, Confidentiality, and Full disclosure