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Australian Association for Research in Education Code of Ethics (undated)0

Posted by Admin in on May 31, 2015
 

The following are the section headings of the AARE’s Code of Ethics

Moral reasoning
Four Basic Principles
Specific Principles – The Participants
Studying Groups
Research Institutions and the Public Domain
Research Methods
Social Responsibility
Reports of Research
Employment
Sponsorship and Ownership
Authorship
Training Researchers
Fairness
Editing, Reviewing and Appraising
Maintaining Ethical Standards

ANZSOC Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology Code of Ethics0

Posted by Admin in on May 31, 2015
 

The Code includes the following sections:

1. Purpose of the Code
2. General Obligations
3. The Dissemination of Knowledge
4. Responsibilities to Colleagues
5. Responsibilities to Research Subjects
6. Relationships with Other Organisations
7. Compliance with the Code

Conflict of Interest in the Professions (Book: Michael Davis (Editor) & Andrew Stark (Editor) 2001)0

Posted by Admin in on May 31, 2015
 

BOOK: Davis, Michael & Stark, Andrew (eds.) (2001). Conflict of Interest in the Professions. Oxford University Press.

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“The notion of conflict of interest is more relevant today than ever. Ethical sensitivities about the relationship between professionals and those they serve is a source of constant debate. This book sets a new standard for work on this perennial topic, collecting a set of practical essays by top applied ethicists on a wide variety of professions and occupations. Some conflicts of interest arise because a profession takes on many roles while serving one goal; others take on one role but serve multiple goals. Some conflicts are internal to the profession; others (such as family or business connections) are external. The essays in this volume address such diverse conflicts in a comprehensive way, in an attempt to make useful comparisons across professions. Containing fifteen original chapters by noted scholars of applied ethics, this volume systematically explores professions including law, medicine, journalism, engineering, financial services, anthropology, film, physical therapy, and literary criticism. An introductory chapter surveys and contextualizes work on the topic, while the concluding chapter offers us a new way to compare conflicts of interest across professions and occupations. Conflict of Interest in the Professions will be of great practical interest to scholars of applied ethics and law, as well as to professionals in the fields discussed.”

U.S. Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP)0

Posted by Admin in on May 30, 2015
 

“The Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) provides leadership in the protection of the rights, welfare, and wellbeing of subjects involved in research conducted or supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). OHRP helps ensure this by providing clarification and guidance, developing educational programs and materials, maintaining regulatory oversight, and providing advice on ethical and regulatory issues in biomedical and social-behavioral research.”

The information available from the OHRP web site includes:

  • fact sheets;
  • regulations;
  • policies and guidelines;
  • education;
  • resources;
  • news; and
  • archived material.

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