CRIM 2254

  1. Anonymity
    • A state in which the identity of a research subject is not known, and it is, therefore, impossible to link data about a subject to an individual's name.
    • Is one tool for addressing the ethical issue of privacy
  2. Belmont Report
    • A report that proposed three ethical principles to guide the protection of human subjects: respect for persons, beneficence, and justice.
    • Federal regulations for the protection of human subjects are based on this report
  3. Confidentiality
    A state in which researchers know the identity of a research subject but promise not to reveal any information that can be attributed to an individual subject.
  4. Ethical
    Conforming in behaviour to norms and standards embraced by a group or profession.
  5. Informed consent
    Agreement to participate in research after being informed about the research goals, procedures, and potential risks.
  6. Special Populations
    • Groups like juveniles and prisoners who require special protectors.
    • Juveniles are considered unable to grant informed consent, just as juveniles are treated differently in most areas of the law.
Author
xx.chelsii
ID
222221
Card Set
CRIM 2254
Description
Ethics and Criminal Justice
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