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Ethical issues in social science research in developing countries: useful or symbolic 

Mollet, Julius A.


Social science research has long been concerned withe ethical issues. Social science investigates complex issues which involve cultural, legal, economic, and political phenomena (Freed-Taylor, 1994). This complexity means that social science research must concern itself with “moral integrity” to ensure that research process and findings are “trustworthy” and valid (Biber, 2005). Research involving human subjects (or ‘participants’, in the current terminology) is required to show respect for...[Show more]

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Date published: 2011
Type: Conference paper


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