TMC Research Ethics

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These are the example that TMC staff should be adhere to: Here are the key ethical principles that required to complete TMC research:
Be fair and honourable conduct in all relationships, TMC staff should always provide relevant and reliable information about the research with participants and society. Ensuring employees who are committed to integrity, honesty, openness etc.
Full, fair, truthful, timely and reasonable disclosure in public reports and documents, the Participants that involve in the research should be benefited and acknowledge.
Protection of all confidential and proprietary information disclose to participants or the community. Values diverse cultures of participants with respects and building sustainable relationships.
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These components require all foreseeable risks expected to occur for the participants during and after their partaking. An explanation of the processes adopted for the assurance of the participant 's privacy: the levels of confidentiality, the procedures to protect the data, the length of the storage of the data and what will happen with the data or samples at the end of the research such as information on religious beliefs and sexual orientation or ethnic identification records. A clear statement that the participation is voluntary, the Conflict of Interest, this is the purpose, nature and funding of the research should be clearly stated. This include protection of participants’ privacy and human acts rights involving in the research. When participants are informed, it is crucial that they fully realize the impact of the research for themselves and for society. Also, is the researcher’s obligation, they are obliged to ensure that the research involving human participants associate with human rights act that justifies participants time and input. The application should provide an overview of the research activities where collection, processing or transfers of data are involved, including a detailed description of the procedures (e.g. informed consent) to comply with the relevant …show more content…
This mean it must branch from a Pacific and Maori world view, and join these two organisations concept, knowledge, skills, experiences, attitudes, processes, practices, customs, reo (languages), values and beliefs. Researcher who have the necessary cultural, reo, subject and research expertise required in conducting research, the need to retain commitment culturally, the trust of the community being researched, cross-cultural competence, personal qualities suited to doing ethnic research and an understanding and guarantee to the requirements, liabilities and responsibilities that are an integral part of these two organisations research. The researcher(s) must respect and protect individual and collective rights, data, culture, values, norms, practices, and language throughout the research process. Any project or research involving pacific and Maori communities should have a positive aim such as the view of pacific community on how to enhance the use of BYOD what benefit would they gain from the research, ensuring that their need and aspiration are taken into account with the research, whatever the form this research should benefit both Maori and Pacific in some way. People involve in conducting research should be liable to the people they research in particular and to both communities in general. Where possible provide information in Maori and pacific language whether in interview or online questionnaires. Respect for

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