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Shading the truth in seeking informed consent for research purposes.
|Title||Shading the truth in seeking informed consent for research purposes.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1995|
|Journal||Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal|
|Keywords||Anonymous , Anonymous Testing , BEHAVIORAL , Behavioral Research , codes , codes of ethics , Disclosure , ethics , Ethics Committees, Research , Ethics, Medical , Humans , Informed , Informed Consent , Medical , Morals , research , Research Subjects , Researcher-Subject , Researcher-Subject Relations , RISK , RISK assessment , SOCIAL , Social Values , trust , Truth , Truth Disclosure , United , United States , VIRTUES|
The author argues that what some researchers take to be a simple trade-off between minor violations of the truth in recruiting research participants, represents a profound miscalculations with far-reaching and cumulative ethical issues raised. Truth-telling in research projects is important not only to the integrity of that individual’s project but also for the fragile research environment in its own right.
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