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ASH EDU 671 Week 3 DQ 2 Ethics in Research
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Briefly describe the population from which
data will be collected from during future
implementation of the action research study.
View the Belmont Report, Ethical Principles
and Guidelines for the Protection of Human
Subjects of Research. Then watch the
*WARNING: The following videos contain
strong or potentially offensive language.
a. Obedience to Authority_Stanley Milgram
b. Feature Film – The Stanford Prison
c. Apology to survivors of the Tuskegee
According to Mills (2014), “all research
studies involve ethical considerations.
Therefore, all researchers must be aware of
and attend to the ethical considerations
related to their studies” (p. 27). Therefore,
identify the potential ethical concerns
associated with the topic you selected in
Week One in collecting the type of data you
plan to collect from this particular population.
How will you address those ethical concerns
when designing your action research project
around this topic? Be sure to keep in mind the
big three ethical principles: respect for
persons, beneficence, and justice, as well as
informed consent, assessment of risk, and
selection of subjects as discussed in the
Belmont Report and to refer to them in your
response. Having no ethical considerations is
not an option.
Guided Response: Take on the role of fellow
teacher, building or district/regional
administrator, parent, IRB, or other role.
Respond to at least two of your classmates,
and imagine you are listening to your coworker explain via their initial post the
ethical issues they need to be aware of and/or
address when framing their action research
study. What insight can you provide based on
what you learned from your study of ethical
rules and procedures in research involving
human subjects? What did they miss? How
might they handle a potentially sticky ethical
concern? *It is expected you follow up by the
last day of the week to provide a secondary
response to any comments or questions your
instructor may have provided. This is part of
the grading criteria as a demonstration of
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