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Meyer, Laurel E.; Porter, Lauren; Reilly, Meghan E.; Johnson, Caroline; Safir, Salman; Greenfield, Shelly F.; Silverman, Benjamin C.; Hudson, James I.; Javaras, Kristin N. – Research Ethics, 2022
Automated, wearable cameras can benefit health-related research by capturing accurate and objective information about individuals' daily experiences. However, wearable cameras present unique privacy- and confidentiality-related risks due to the possibility of the images capturing identifying or sensitive information from participants and third…
Descriptors: Health Behavior, Privacy, Confidentiality, Research Methodology
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Camadan, Fatih; Topsakal, Cem; Sadikoglu, Inci – Journal of Psychologists and Counsellors in Schools, 2021
Ethical dilemmas are concerning for school counsellors in Turkey. This article presents findings of a qualitative study exploring the views and suggestions of 16 school counsellors in Rize, Turkey. Content analysis was performed on the data obtained from interviews with the participants. The results of the study showed that the school counsellors…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Ethics, School Counseling, School Counselors
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Williamson, Victoria; Murphy, Dominic; Castro, Carl; Vermetten, Eric; Jetly, Rakesh; Greenberg, Neil – Research Ethics, 2021
The need for research to advance scientific understanding must be balanced with ensuring the rights and wellbeing of participants are safeguarded, with some research topics posing more ethical quandaries for researchers than others. Moral injury is one such topic. Exposure to potentially morally injurious experiences can lead to significant…
Descriptors: Ethics, Research, Self Determination, Confidentiality
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Dalton-Brown, Sally – Research Ethics, 2022
Learning about research ethics and research integrity is greatly facilitated by case studies, which illuminate, ground and personalise abstract questions. This paper argues that fiction can provide similar learning experiences, incarnating ethical dilemmas through a medium that is highly accessible yet sophisticated in its depictions of how…
Descriptors: Ethics, Research, Fiction, Animals
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Neild, Ruth Curran; Robinson, Danielle; Agufa, Jacqueline – National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, 2022
Open science envisions that researchers will make their study data available to other investigators to facilitate research transparency and accelerate the development of knowledge. This guide describes key issues that education researchers should consider when deciding which study data to share, how to organize the data, what documentation to…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Access to Information, Information Dissemination, Disclosure
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Witman, Paul D.; Mackelprang, Scott – Journal of Cybersecurity Education, Research and Practice, 2022
In mid-July 2020, the social media site Twitter had over 100 of its most prominent user accounts start to tweet requests to send Bitcoin to specified Bitcoin wallets. The requests promised that the Bitcoin senders would receive their money back doubled, as a gesture of charity amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The attack appears to have been carried…
Descriptors: Social Media, Computer Security, Crime Prevention, Computer Software
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Peach, Emily – Literacy, 2021
Research exploring the literacy practices of diverse participants is integral to developing our understanding of literacy. Diverse groups of participants, for example participants with mental health conditions, bring specific ethical considerations and methodological challenges. This paper presents the use of Skype to research literacy practices…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Mental Health, Videoconferencing, Literacy
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Surmiak, Adrianna – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2020
Confidentiality represents a core principle of research ethics and forms a standard practice in social research. However, what should a researcher do if they learn about illegal activities or harm during the research process? Few systematic studies consider researchers' attitudes and reactions in such situations. This paper analyzes this issue on…
Descriptors: Confidentiality, Ethics, Social Science Research, Researchers
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Sorbie, Annie – Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 2020
In this article I respond to the tendency of the law to approach 'the public interest' as a legal test, thereby drawing the criticism that this narrow notion of what purports to be in the "public" interest is wholly disconnected from the views of actual publics, and lacks social legitimacy. On the other hand, to simply extrapolate…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Confidentiality, Data, Health
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Liberman, Zoe – Developmental Psychology, 2020
Secrets play a powerful role in human social relationships. Here, we examine the developmental trajectory of 3- to 10-year-old children's (N = 630) expectations about (a) how relationships impact whether people will keep secrets, and (b) how relationships are impacted when a confidee keeps versus tells a confider's secret. Sophisticated…
Descriptors: Children, Peer Relationship, Friendship, Expectation
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Swain, Jordon E.; Bond, Andrew L.; Smith, Daniel R. – Journal of Leadership Education, 2020
This article outlines a personal Journey Line Narrative exercise aimed at enhancing leader authenticity and effectiveness by asking students to "look back" and identify their core values, as well as the formative experiences that helped solidify those values. The Journey Line Narrative encourages reflection and self-awareness by asking…
Descriptors: Leadership Qualities, Self Concept, Leadership Training, Experience
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Ennever, Fanny K.; Nabi, Sean; Bass, Patricia A.; Huang, Lilly O.; Fogler, Emily C. – Journal of Research Administration, 2019
Clinical trials must address a number of laws, regulations, and other sources of requirements when communicating privacy and confidentiality protections to potential participants. This article outlines relevant requirements from Common Rule regulations, Food and Drug Administration regulations, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act…
Descriptors: Privacy, Confidentiality, Language Usage, Research
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Strait, Gerald G.; Strait, Julia Englund; Schanding, Thomas; Anderson, Jacqueline R.; Stinson, Diana; Schmidt, Stephanie; Kim, Samuel Y. – Journal of Applied School Psychology, 2020
Recently, an increasing number of researchers and school psychologists have advocated for the use of School-Based Motivational Interviewing (SBMI) for working directly with students and for consulting with teachers and parents. However, little attention has been given to the possible ethical implications of school psychologists' use of SBMI with…
Descriptors: Interviews, Motivation Techniques, Counseling Techniques, School Counselors
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Porter, Andrew W.; Cooper, Spring C.; Palmedo, P. Christopher; Wojtowicz, Nina; Chong, Julia; Maddalon, Marissa – American Journal of Sexuality Education, 2022
Low health literacy poses many problems in the public health field and is linked to numerous negative health outcomes, including STIs and unplanned pregnancies. While many interventions focus on giving adolescents and young adults access to comprehensive sex education, these interventions do not necessarily improve sexual health literacy, which is…
Descriptors: Audio Equipment, Sexuality, Sex Education, Public Health
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Guth, Douglas J. – Community College Journal, 2019
Cybersecurity workers protect crucial information across the industry spectrum, from health records to bank accounts to sensitive military communications. A massive shortage of skilled technical employees in the U.S. has put the nation's digital privacy and infrastructure at risk, observers say, leading more community colleges to include…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Internet, Information Security, Employment Qualifications
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