8 edition of Ethical research with children found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Ann Farrell.|
|LC Classifications||HQ767.85 .E74 2005, HQ767.85 .E74 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 188 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||188|
|ISBN 10||033521651X, 0335216501|
A balanced, accessible discussion of whether and on what grounds animal research can be ethically justified. An estimated million nonhuman vertebrates worldwide—including primates, dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, birds, rats, and mice—are bred, captured, or otherwise acquired every year for research purposes. Much of this research is seriously detrimental to the welfare of these animals. About the Book Do you need support and guidance to help you navigate tough ethical issues in your work? The NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct is every early childhood educator’s foundation for moral practice, and this third edition of Ethics and the Early Childhood Educator shows you how to use the Code to guide your actions and responses to challenging situations in the workplace.
Research ethics provides guidelines for the responsible conduct of biomedical research. In addition, research ethics educates and monitors scientists conducting research to ensure a high ethical standard. BRIEF HISTORY The birth of modern research ethics began with a desire to protect human subjects involved in research Size: KB. The American Academy of Pediatrics has argued that the shortage of pediatric research creates an ethical dilemma for physicians, who “must frequently either not treat children with potentially beneficial medications or treat them with medications based on adult studies or anecdotal empirical experience in children” (AAP, , p. ).Cited by: 6.
This paper reviews recent literature regarding ethical issues in research with children and young people. This is a topic that has seen a significant growth in interest over recent years, in response to developments in both child research and ethics (Alderson & Morrow, ;Cited by: Get this from a library! Doing ethical research with children. [Jonathon Sargeant; Deborah Harcourt] -- This book provides a step-by-step guide to approaching your research project and will support you in developing, conducting and disseminating research relating to children and childhood with an.
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This book focuses on doing ethical research with children in today's climate of increased globalization, surveillance and awareness of children as competent research participants. It covers a range of conceptual, methodological and procedural issues, and provides a framework for.
This book focuses on doing ethical research with children in today's climate of increased globalization, surveillance and awareness of children as competent research participants. It covers a range of conceptual, methodological and procedural issues, and provides a framework for 5/5(2).
Welcome to the website for the international Ethical Research Involving Children (ERIC) project. ERIC aims to assist researchers and the research community to understand, plan and conduct ethical research involving children and young people in any geographical, social, cultural or methodological context.
Ethical Conduct Of Clinical Research Involving Children edited by Marilyn J. Field, Richard E. Behrman (National Academies Press) In recent decades, advances in biomedical research have helped save or lengthen the lives of children around the world.
With improved therapies, child and adolescent mortality rates have decreased significantly in 5/5(1). "This book is an interesting read and one that covers a range of concerns and issues that researchers might encounter when designing research, interviewing or working with children." Educational Review.
This book focuses on doing ethical research with children in today's climate of increased globalization, surveillance and awareness of children 5/5(2). Doing Ethical Research with Children will help you focus and identify many of the key issues surrounding research with children.
The book presents an overview of both contemporary and traditional perspectives relating to child related research practices. The authors combine relevant theoretical and practical information, offering Ethical research with children book guide to the.
It covers a range of conceptual, methodological and procedural issues, and provides a framework for doing ethical research with children.\" \"Ethical Research with Children is key reading for students in childhood studies, teacher education, public health, nursing, human services, legal studies, psychology and social sciences, as well as.
Ethical Conduct of Clinical Research Involving Children considers the necessities and challenges of this type of research and reviews the ethical and legal standards for conducting it.
It also considers problems with the interpretation and application of these standards and conduct, concluding that while children should not be excluded from. ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN RESEARCH WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE. Ethical considerations in research with children and young people occur at all stages of the research process.
They should be considered as an ongoing and reflexive part of the research process throughout the life of a research project and not just as the first hurdle to be. PedSAP Book 1 • Research and Study Design in Pediatrics 9 Ethical Considerations in Pediatric Research protocol unless (1) the research is not applicable to children, (2) the knowledge sought is already available in children (or will be obtained from a currently funded study), (3) anFile Size: KB.
Is it ever ethical to do research on human subjects without their consent. The Nuremberg Code, written in the aftermath of the atrocities perpetrated by Nazi doctors, makes the voluntary consent of the human subject “absolutely essential”. Understandable as the desire for so absolute a barrier may be, it comes at a high cost, for it blocks research with the potential to help many by: 7.
“Ethical Research with Children: Untold Narratives and Taboos is a thought-provoking book which illuminates a range of ethical dilemmas that arise in doing research with children.
this book is a must-read for researchers aiming to engage with the complexities of navigating research with children and their families.” (Tamara Borovica. An increasing interest in children's lives has tested the ethical and practical limits of research.
Rather than making tricky ethical decisions, transparent researchers tend to gloss over stories that do not fit with sanitized narratives. This book aims to fill this gap by making explicit the lived experiences of.
researchers talk about doing research with children, where children’s opinions and views are sought (Corsaro & Molinari, ; Mayall, ; O’Kane, ). This arti-cle focuses on critical issues in doing research with young children.
Methodological dilemmas and challenges as well as ethical issues related to informed consent, confi-Cited by: Ethical questions are at the centre of research with children and young people. This clear and practical text informs students and researchers about the relevant laws.
Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Ethical Research With Children Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you. only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. Concerns about the adequacy of the system for protecting child participants in research, combined with the public commitment to expanding clinical research involving children, provided the impetus for this Institute of Medicine (IOM) report, which was requested in the Best Pharmaceuticals for Children Act of (P.L.
The legislation charged the IOM with preparing a report that Cited by: 2. Ethical dilemmas of youth participatory action research in a democratic setting Dana Mitra and Paul McCormick.
A sociocultural analysis of the ethics of involving children in educational research Roseanna Bourke, Judith Loveridge, John O’Neill, Bevan Erueti and Andrew Jamieson. In ‘Ethical research with children’ Ann Farrell aims at these issues and does that thoroughly.
Reading ‘Ethical research with children’, researchers working with children become aware of the fact that ethics should be considered in every step of the research. It makes them realise that ethical research really is more than using a checklist. Chapter 29 Ethics in educational research If such data are required for the r esearch project, then full justi cation is needed and an indication must be given of what steps will be tak en to Author: Lester Brian Shawa.
In this chapter, we explored the dimensions of an ethical research. We also came to learn about the obligations a researcher has towards the participants in particular and society in general.
Ethical Research with Children is key reading for students in childhood studies, teacher education, public health, nursing, human services, legal studies, psychology and social sciences, as well as practitioner-researchers in these : Ann Farrell.This book brings a refreshing Vygotskian perspective to the importance of children’s play, and the role it has in the physical, social, emotional and cognitive development of young children.
The authors use a praxeological approach and participatory, ethical research to provide a comprehensive yet.