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Ethical regulation and humanities research in Australia: Problems and consequences

Cribb, Robert


This paper argues that recent ethics research guidelines fit poorly onto the kinds of research undertaken in the humanities, where a research conversation often forms a distinctive method of investigation that has no scientific equivalent. The NH&MRC ethics guidelines pay little attention to the issues raised in humanities and social science research. Also, ethics committees are constituted primarily to look at ethical issues that arise from medical and scientific research, causing extra...[Show more]

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Date published: 2004
Type: Journal article
Source: Monash Bioethics Review


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