Case Studies for Ethics in Academic Research in the Social Sciences

ISBN-10: 1412996384
ISBN-13: 9781412996389
Edition: 2013
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Book details

Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/26/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 104
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

This book provides a basis for class discussion about the responsible conduct of social science research. These 16 brief research ethics cases describe situations in which ethical dilemmas arise and present the student with the opportunity to think through the different implications for researchers. The cases emphasize different types of ethical dilemmas involving faculty, students, participants, and stakeholders. Students can discuss what happened, why it was or was not unethical, and what should be the consequences for the actors. Included are the original cases complete with learning objectives, teaching notes, and questions for discussion.

Leisa Reinecke Flynn is Professor of Marketing and Chair of Marketing and Fashion Merchandising at the University of Southern Mississippi where she teaches market planning to MBA students. Originally from New Orleans, she received her PhD from the University of Alabama and taught at Florida State University for nearly 20 years before moving to USM in 2010. Her research is focused on psychological measurement issues in consumer behavior and pathological exchange behavior and she has published more than 60 articles in journals and academic proceedings. In addition she has consulted in the areas of educational assessment and loss of retail business income.

Ronald E. Goldsmith , Ph.D., is the Richard M. Baker Professor of Marketing in the College of Business at Florida State University where he teaches consumer behavior and marketing research. Most of his research focuses on personality's role in consumer behavior and measurement issues, especially in the areas of diffusion of innovations, consumer involvement, and services marketing. He was a co-editor (North America) for The Service Industries Journal from 1991 to 2010 . He has published over 150 articles in such journals as The Journal of Services Marketing , The Journal of Consumer Behaviour , The Journal of Advertising , The European Journal of Marketing , The Journal of Social Psychology , The Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science , and the Journal of Business Research . His book co-authored with Gordon Foxall entitled Consumer Psychology for Marketing was first published in 1994 and appears in Chinese, Polish, Russian, and Korean editions.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Notes for Teachers on Using Cases
Notes for the Student on Solving Cases
About the Authors
Research Misconduct
Introduction
Making the Data Do What You Want Them To
When Hypotheses Are Not Supported
The Role of the Embedded Researcher
Protection of Human Subjects
Introduction
The Long Arm of the Institutional Review Board
Protected Populations in Qualitative Research
The Informed Part of "Informed Consent"
Conflict of Interest
Introduction
Doing Business With a Supplier
Contracts and Grants Versus Private Pay for Research
Data Management Practices
Introduction
Pruning Data
Secondary Data
Data Ownership
Mentor and Trainee Responsibilities
Introduction
Appropriate Research Assistant Duties
Choosing a Dissertation Chair
Collaborative Research
Introduction
Mixing Consulting and Research
Research Partner's Misdeeds
Rapid Assessment Process
Authorship and Publication
Introduction
Order of Authorship
Tenure Binder and Publication Status
Peer Review
Introduction
Article Submission Issues
Double-Blind Review
Appendix. The Belmont Report: Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research
Further Reading on Research Ethics
Web Resources
Index

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