In this chapter, you will learn to: Understand what clients want from a research supplier or department; appreciate the role of communications in managing marketing research; learn about the research management goals of assurance of data quality, cost control, adherence to time schedules, maintenance of client profitability, and staff development;...
The Ethics and Sport series aims to support and contribute to the development
of the study of ethical issues in sport, and indeed to the establishing of
Sports Ethics as a legitimate discipline in its own right. It does this by identifying
issues of practical concern and exploring them systematically
Given the logical basis of ethics at the heart of sport as a practical activity,
every important and topical issue in sport necessarily has an ethical dimension
– and often the ethical dimension is of overwhelming significance.
This chapter explains the ethical issues faced by researchers. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: What issues are covered in research ethics; the goal of “no harm” for all research activities and what constitutes no harm for participant, researcher, and research sponsor.
In this chapter students will be able to: Raise ethical questions about the research reports you read; be able to identify any potential physical or psychological harms that participants might have endured and how those risks might have affected their responses; read an informed consent form and ask the researcher questions about the research procedures described; proceed with research procedures, including videotaping and audiotaping, only if you feel comfortable in doing so;...
Chapter 5 - Research ethics. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Address potential ethical issues during the design phase of the research project, explain how your research project minimizes risk and enhances benefits to participants, find alternative research procedures to avoid physical or psychological harm to participants,...
Chapter 3 - Research ethics. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Address potential ethical issues during the design phase of the research project, explain how your research project minimizes risk and enhances benefi ts to participants, find alternative research procedures to avoid physical or psychological harm to participants,...
.ETHICS AND THE UNIVERSITY
Ethics and the University brings together two closely related topics, the practice of ethics in the university (“academic ethics”) and the teaching of practical or applied ethics in the university.
This textbook for instruction in biomedical research ethics can also serve as a valuable reference for medical professionals and bioethicists. The 149 cases included in the book are grouped in nine chapters, each of which covers a key area of debate in the field. Some of the case studies are classics, including the famous cases of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study (in which subjects with syphilis were not given treatment) and the Willowbrook hepatitis studies (in which institutionalized subjects were intentionally exposed to hepatitis). ...
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Reviewing the reviewers: the vague accountability of research ethics committees...
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học Critical Care giúp cho các bạn có thêm kiến thức về ngành y học đề tài: Research ethics in the intensive care unit: current and future challenges...
This collection offers new perspectives on ethical naturalism, narrowly
construed as the conjunction of two core theses. One holds that there
are moral properties and facts, the other that at least some such properties
and facts are natural properties and facts. Thus understood, ethical
naturalism is distinct from, though usually motivated by, philosophical
naturalism, a more general metaphysical outlook according to which all
there is is the world as conceived by science.
Chapter 2 - Ethics in business research. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: What issues are covered in research ethics; the goal of “no harm” for all research activities and what constitutes no harm for participant, researcher, and research sponsor.
THE AWARENESS OF UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE ACCOUNTING STUDENTS TO ETHICAL ISSUES IN INTERNAL AUDITING With several school characteristics over which parents may choose, understanding
which schools are chosen and which administrators are rewarded requires a model of
The subject of safeguarding the rights of minority shareholders has not
received much attention until now. After experiencing more and more cases
of wrongdoing throughout my business career, I have decided to explore
thoroughly the subject and devote several years to study the matter in a
theoretical and empirical research.
As a student of Business Research Methods, you will be wearing two hats. One hat or role is that of a student who wishes to pass exams in this area, so you will need to learn enough about research methods to write an assignment of appropriate standard and/or to pass the examination. This is your academic role, and this means we must look at research methods from an academic point of view. All academic work, as you already know, must take account of published literature (textbooks, journal articles, professional articles, relevant website information, company literature etc). ...
This discussion meeting was on the subject of business ethics, with particular reference to the work of actuaries.
As an introduction to the meeting, copies of the paper, ‘Business Ethics: the New Bottom Line’, by Sheena Carmichael, were distributed to members of the Institute.
The position taken by the writer of this volume should be clearly understood. It is not the view known as
antivivisection, so far as this means the condemnation without exception of all phases of biological
investigation. There are methods of research which involve no animal suffering, and which are of scientific
utility. Within certain careful limitations, these would seem justifiable.