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11 Cards in this Set

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In most dictionaries and in common usage, ethics is associated with:
Ethics is not considered in which one of the following fields of research?
Ethics in considered in all of them.
The major justification the social scientist has for requesting participation in a study is that:
it may help all humanity.
The ethical principle of voluntary most threatens which scientific goal?
For her senior project in Political Science, Cheri conducts a survey on students' attitudes and behavior concerning homosexuality. While distributing the questionnaire, she assures the group of students that no one will be able to trace responses to an individuals. However, she obtained a seatingchrat with the names of all the the students in the class and where they were sitting. Cheri is violating which ethical principle?
The controversy surrounding Milgram's study involving shocks suggests he violated which ethical principles?
Harm to subjects and concealed purpose of study.
The controversy surrounding Laud Humphrey's study of homosexuals suggest he most violated which of the following ethical principles?
Conceaed identity of researcher and anonymity.
What is considered ethical is based on:
agreed upon principles within a community.
Federally mandated human subjects committes in universities were designed primarily to address which one of the following ethical principle?
No harm to participants.
Which of the following is not a difference between ethical and political interests of social research? Or are they all differences?
Ethical considerations are more objective than political considerations.
Marxist scholars have argued that social research should be closely connected to scial action. Which features of science most threatened by this position?