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Hickey, Andrew; Davis, Samantha; Farmer, Will; Dawidowicz, Julianna; Moloney, Clint; Lamont-Mills, Andrea; Carniel, Jess; Pillay, Yosheen; Akenson, David; Brömdal, Annette; Gehrmann, Richard; Mills, Dean; Kolbe-Alexander, Tracy; Machin, Tanya; Reich, Suzanne; Southey, Kim; Crowley-Cyr, Lynda; Watanabe, Taiji; Davenport, Josh; Hirani, Rohit; King, Helena; Perera, Roshini; Williams, Lucy; Timmins, Kurt; Thompson, Michael; Eacersall, Douglas; Maxwell, Jacinta – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2022
A growing body of literature critical of ethics review boards has drawn attention to the processes used to determine the ethical merit of research. Citing criticism on the bureaucratic nature of ethics review processes, this literature provides a useful provocation for (re)considering how the ethics review might be enacted. Much of this criticism…
Descriptors: Ethics, Research Committees, Educational Research, Criticism
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Brown, Nicole – Research Ethics, 2023
The role of research ethics committees, and research ethics issues more broadly are often not viewed in the context of the development of scientific methods and the academic community. This topic piece seeks to redress this gap. I begin with a brief outline of the changes we experience within the social sciences before exploring in more detail…
Descriptors: Social Science Research, Research Methodology, Ethics, Research Committees
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Sarah Potthoff; Fee Roth; Matthé Scholten – Research Ethics, 2024
This study explores how qualitative health researchers navigate the demands of medical research ethics committees in Germany where qualitative research is subject to approval only when it is conducted in medical contexts. We present the results of a grounded theory study to investigate qualitative health researchers' experiences with procedural…
Descriptors: Medical Research, Health, Qualitative Research, Ethics
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Costello, Eamon; Brunton, James; Bolger, Richard; Soverino, Tiziana; Juillerac, Clément – Online Learning, 2023
Ethical reviews of research plans function as a cornerstone of good research practice in order that no harm should come to participants. Ethical concerns have taken on a new salience in a digital world where data can be generated at scale. Big data research has grown rapidly, raising increased ethical concerns. Several intersecting areas of big…
Descriptors: MOOCs, Informed Consent, Educational Research, Ethics
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Hugo Boothby – Research Ethics, 2024
In 2019, a new national Ethics Review Authority (Etikprövningsmyndigheten, EPM) was created in Sweden. In 2020, Sweden's "Ethical Review of Research Involving Humans Act" was revised, tightening this legislation, and increasing penalties for its infraction. This article draws on empirical material generated by artistic research conducted…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Musicians, Disabilities, Legislation
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Limson, Elisa Bernadette E.; Pagkatipunan, Paulo Maria N.; Abrera, Anna Marie C. – Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2023
The establishment of a research ethics committee (REC) is necessary in Philippine higher education institutions (HEI), but at present not all HEIs have an accredited REC. While past studies focused on how RECs are perceived by its different stakeholders, these perceptions have not been explored in the context of educational institutions without an…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, College Faculty, Research Committees, Ethics
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Abrera, Anna Marie C.; Pagkatipunan, Paulo Maria N.; Limson, Elisa Bernadette E. – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2023
The establishment of a Research Ethics Committee (REC) is a significant step to ensure the standard procedures in ethics review process that protect human participants. However, in instances when RECs are not yet established, surrogate activities are practiced by some institutions. The objective of this study was to identify prevailing research…
Descriptors: Research Committees, Ethics, Educational Research, Educational Researchers
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Rogers, Marg; Baker, Penelope; Harrington, Ingrid; Johnson, Amy; Bird, Jo; Bible, Vanessa – Issues in Educational Research, 2022
Stakeholder engagement is fundamental to the implementation of effective education research projects. Indeed, funders often partially judge research project applications on the evidence of quality stakeholder engagement. Thus, with high levels of competition for funding in education, and some community members judging successful projects by the…
Descriptors: Stakeholders, Educational Finance, Educational Research, Early Childhood Education
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Abukari Kwame; Pammla M. Petrucka – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2024
Gaining ethical approval for qualitative health research and implementing all the planned research processes in a proposed study are not straightforward endeavours. The situation becomes more complex when qualitative research is conducted in a cross-national healthcare and academic context. Also, it is even exhausting when the study is…
Descriptors: Ethics, Doctoral Students, Student Research, Informed Consent
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Nuttgens, Simon – Research Ethics, 2021
Ethical decision-making is inherent to the research ethics committee (REC) deliberation process. While ethical codes, regulations, and research standards are indispensable in guiding this process, decision-making is nonetheless susceptible to nonrational factors that can undermined the quality, consistency, and perceived fairness REC decisions. In…
Descriptors: Research, Ethics, Decision Making, Research Committees
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Lloyd, Janette; Jobling, Anne; White, Emma Louise; Labosse, Michel; Moni, Karen; Cuskelly, Monica; McMahon, Mary – British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2019
This paper reports the use of a dialogic approach to working inclusively with two young people with intellectual disability as part of a Research Reference Committee for a project that examined how adults with intellectual disability and their families plan for their future. The paper begins with an overview of the role of the Research Reference…
Descriptors: Intellectual Disability, Young Adults, Research Committees
Lauren A. Wendling – Metropolitan Universities, 2023
To advance and encourage partnerships between institutions and their greater communities, academic reward structures must be designed in ways that support those who choose to leverage their expertise, resources, and time to engage with community in meaningful and mutually beneficial ways. This study investigates how school- and department-level…
Descriptors: School Community Relationship, Research Design, Teacher Promotion, Tenure
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Al Omari, Omar; Khalaf, Atika; Al Delaimy, Wael; Al Qadire, Mohammad; Khatatbeh, Moawiah M.; Thultheen, Imad – Journal of Academic Ethics, 2022
In recent years there has been an increase in research conducted in the Middle East, with a corresponding increase in the challenges faced by members of the Research Ethics Committees (RECs). This study compares the structures of Omani and Jordanian RECs and investigates the perceptions of the challenges affecting the work of the REC members in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Research Committees, Ethics, Barriers
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Michael Sanders; Jack Summers; Vanessa Hirneis; Susannah Hume; Gabrielle McGannon – Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice, 2023
Background: Randomised trials have been on the rise in social policy over the last decade and a half, particularly in areas working with young people and vulnerable adults. Informed consent is an important principle for ethics committees governing research conducted by universities. Aims and objectives: We consider the arguments for and against…
Descriptors: Ethics, Research Committees, Informed Consent, Participation
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Sachdeva, Leena; Bharti, Kumkum; Maheshwari, Mridul – Australian Journal of Career Development, 2021
Despite the proliferation of occupational segregation research, only a limited amount has explored it from a gender perspective. The attention that has been given is widely scattered and requires an analysis to identify the major works undertaken and the changes over time. This study aimed to examine and assimilate articles published on…
Descriptors: Bibliometrics, Gender Differences, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Authors
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