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Finding Common Ground : Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences

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Finding Common Ground : Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences
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Finding Common Ground
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Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences
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This volume addresses concerns about the impact of current systems for the management of research ethics in the social sciences. Many procedures in place are seen as inappropriate as they were originally designed for use in biomedical research. The content identifies areas of 'common ground', core ethics principles and areas of particular concern
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Advances in Research Ethics and Integrity
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v.1
Finding Common Ground : Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences
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Finding Common Ground : Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences
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Contents
  • Front Cover -- Finding Common Ground: Consensus in Research Ethics Across the Social Sciences -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Background to the Series: Advances in Research Ethics and Integrity -- Introduction to Volume 1: Generic Ethics Principles in Social Science Research -- Notes on Contributors -- Section I: Seeking Consensus: Research Ethics and the Social Sciences -- Chapter 1 The Quest for Generic Ethics Principles in Social Science Research -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 2 Communitarian Principles That Will Increase the Damage Done by Ethical Regulation? A Response to 'The Quest for Generic Ethics Principles in Social Science Research' By David Carpenter -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3 Embedded Ethics and Research Integrity: A Response to 'The Quest for Generic Ethics Principles in Social Science Research' by David Carpenter -- Notes -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Chapter 4 Responsible to Whom? Obligations to Participants and Society in Social Science Research -- The Participant Protection Model (PPM) -- Conceptualising Harm -- Conceptualising the Researcher/Participant Relationship -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 5 Research as a Social Practice: A Response to 'Responsible to Whom? Obligations to Participants and Society in Social Science Research' by Matt Sleat -- Introduction -- Ethical Decision-Making, Ethical Review and the PPM -- Values -- Conclusion -- Reference -- Chapter 6 Why the Biomedical Research Ethics Model Is Inappropriate for Social Sciences: A Response to 'Responsible to Whom? Obligations to Participants and Society in Social Science Research' by Matt Sleat -- References -- Chapter 7 About 'Othering' Ourselves in a System with Discrepant Values: The Research Ethics Review Process Today -- About Othering Ourselves -- The Discrepancy of Virtues -- Is There a Way Out?
  • Notes -- References -- Chapter 8 Developing Standards for Research Practice: Some Issues for Consideration -- Introduction -- The Role of the UK Research Integrity Office -- Isn't This Self-Evident? -- What 'Consensus' Is Being Sought? -- How Could the Generic Ethics Principles Be Articulated? -- A Single Output or an Ongoing Process? -- Basic Standards or Something More Aspirational? -- What Type of Content? -- Prescriptive or Non-Restrictive Principles and Standards? -- Mandatory or Voluntary Principles and Standards? -- Adoption by Research Organisations: A Middle Ground between Voluntary and Mandatory Standards -- How Useful are Standards for Research? -- Relevance of Standards for Research: A Personal View -- Scope and Terminology: Research Ethics or Research Integrity? -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 9 The Canadian Experience: A Response to 'Developing Standards for Research Practice: Some Issues for Consideration' by James Parry -- Notes -- Reference -- Chapter 10 Towards Common Principles for Social Science Research Ethics: A Discussion Document for the Academy of Social Sciences -- Introduction -- Context -- Principles -- Implications for Research Governance and Ethics Review -- Next Steps -- Notes -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Appendix: Possible Model Clauses for Ethics Codes -- Chapter 11 Remaking Research Ethics in the Social Sciences: Anthropological Reflections on a Collaborative Process -- Introduction -- Reflecting on the Remaking of Research Ethics -- Medicine (Still) Matters -- No (Applied) Philosophers Please -- Space for Difference: Against a Common Code -- Conclusions: Remaking the Ethics Governance of Social Science Research? -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Section II: The International Dimension: Interdisciplinary Ethics and Integrity -- Chapter 12 The 'Ethics Rupture' and the New Brunswick Declaration
  • References -- Appendix -- The New Brunswick Declaration: A Declaration on Research Ethics, Integrity and Governance Resulting from the 1st Ethics Rupture Summit, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada -- Chapter 13 The Respect Project in the Rear-View Mirror: Past, Present and Future of International Professional and Ethics Guidelines for Social Science Research -- Introduction -- Why the Respect Project? -- The Idea Surfaces -- Aspirations for European Standards of Social Science Research -- Embarking on the Project -- Harmonising a Heterogeneous Team -- Balancing Conflicting Requirements -- Dissemination and Impact of the Project -- What the RESPECT Project Achieved -- Shortcomings of the RESPECT Project -- Where to Next? -- How Far Have We Come? -- Recent Initiatives -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Appendix -- Chapter 14 The Social Sciences and Ethical Protocols and Standards for Research in Social Sciences Today -- Introduction -- Workshop Aims -- Addressing Some Key Issues -- Recommendations -- Possible Follow-Up Activities -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 15 The Ethical Assessment of Research and Innovation - A Reflection on the State of the Art (Based on Findings of the Satori Project) -- Introduction -- Ethics Assessment in the Scientific Fields -- EU and Global Ethics Assessment and Guidance -- Ethics Assessment in Various Types of Organisations -- Ethics Assessment: Findings from the Study of Select EU and Non-EU Countries -- Conclusion: Looking to the Future -- Notes -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Chapter 16 Safeguarding Research Integrity in Europe: An Object of Increasing Legal Attention -- Introduction -- Initiatives at the European Union (EU) Level -- Research Integrity and International Organisations -- Concluding Comments -- Notes -- References
  • Chapter 17 Achieving Consensus in Research Ethics: An Interim Conclusion and Some Recommendations -- What Developments in Ethics Can We Anticipate and What Can Be Done to Address Them? -- Recommendations -- Last Word -- References -- Index
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