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  1. Children

    Children Children's participation in social science research is mentioned in point 12 of the Research Ethics Guidelines of the ... and the Humanities: Children's right to protection. It states that, on the one hand, research on children and their lives and

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  2. 3. Children's right to protection

    3. Children's right to protection Children and youths are valuable informants, and are entitled to be heard, also in the context ... Internet research on children and youths. Such research raises special challenges because it is part of children's activities, which

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  3. Experiences of violence among children in the care of the Norwegian Child Welfare Service

    Experiences of violence among children in the care of the Norwegian Child Welfare Service [The following text is an example or ... Norwegian university college wants to map the extent to which children and adolescents aged between eight and 18 years have experienced

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  4. Bell (2008)

    Bell, N. (2008). ... Ethics in child research: rights, reason and responsibilities. Children’s Beographies, 6, 7-20

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  5. Alderson & Morrow (2004)

    Alderson, P. & ... Morrow, V. (2004). Ethics, social research and consulting with children and young people. London: Barnardos

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  6. Fisher (1994)

    Fisher, C. B. (1994). Reporting and referring research ... participants: Ethical challenges for investigators studying children and youth. Ethics and Behavior, 4, 87-95

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  7. Grodin & Glantz (1994)

    Grodin & Glantz (1994) Grodin, M.A. & L.H.Glantz (1994). Children as research subjects. Science, ethics and law. ... Grodin & Glantz (1994) Grodin, M.A. & L.H.Glantz (1994). Children as research subjects. Science, ethics and law. Oxford: Oxford

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  8. Informed consent

    evaluate a family centre that offers follow-up and treatment to children who live at home with parents with ongoing or previous mental- ... family centre functions as intended, and to what extent the children find that follow-up from the family centre helps them to cope

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  9. References

    References Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR), “Ethical Decision-Making and Internet Research”, Recommendations ... 303-320 [DOI: 10.1111/jcc4.12012] Staksrud, Elisabeth: “Counting Children. On research methodology, ethics and policy development”, in

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  10. B) Respect for individuals

    consent is usually raised in connection with research involving children, the mentally ill, persons with intellectual disabilities, ... terrorism, murder, rape, incest or domestic violence. [21] Children are particularly entitled to protection, and when abuse or

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  11. Quick guide to course design

    Quick guide to course design Do you teach research ethics? Here is a brief overview of relevant topics and resources ... consists of children, the following topics might also be relevant to include in the course: Barn i forskning [Children in research]

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  12. New anthology: Internet research ethics

    New publication: Internet research ethics March 26 our new anthology Internet Research Ethics is released. The ... and reconstructing online practices Marika Lüders Counting children. On research methodology, ethics and policy development Elisabeth

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  13. Definitions

    Definitions "Research" is broadly defined here, and covers research-based teaching and dissemination. ... 7), to have regard for third parties (point 11), to secure children's right to protection (point 12), to respect individuals' privacy

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  14. About NESH

    About NESH The National Committee for Research Ethics in the Social Sciences and the Humanities (NESH) has been in existence ... how best to ensure that consent is freely given and whether children can consent by themselves to take part in research projects

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  15. Public interest disclosure

    important implication for society. You may have discovered that children who receive one of the standard vaccines given are more likely ... you publish your preliminary research findings, perhaps some children will not be vaccinated, and thus be spared the particular illness

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  16. 2. Free and informed consent

    2. Free and informed consent According to the NESH's Guidelines, research projects that include persons must generally ... who should not be participating in the study, for example children in studies targeted at adults. Another problematic issue may

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  17. Xenotransplantation

    when his/her life and health is at stake? Can children take part in trials? Children have less autonomy and therefore need extra ... extra protection. Is it ethically correct for children to receive xenotransplants and thus be subjected to lifelong monitoring and

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  18. Quantitative methods

    particular ethnic group is overrepresented among families and children who have been reported to the child protection services. In ... limited insight into learning and the learning processes in children, they will have very limited qualifications for undertaking

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  19. Vulnerable groups

    care CIOMS (2002) Persons unable to give informed consent Children Junior or subordinate members of a hierarchical group (e.g ... standards in research ethics. Vulnerable groups often include children, ethnic groups/minorities, persons with a limited lifespan

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  20. The history of research ethics

    to a large number of experimental trials, especially with children (Grodin and Glantz 1994:7–10), in which the participants were ... would also promote organisations for prevention of abuse of children (Schultz 1968). Because of their ideological basis, they were

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  21. Qualitative methods

    applies to children. In psychology research, it is relatively common to use non-participatory observation when children at play or ... research is about. This applies, for example, to research on children, persons who are mentally disabled, newly arrived immigrants

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  22. Biotechnology and gene technology

    turn can affect the frameworks for the support offered to children and parents with serious diseases. Since the development of ... example. These examples show that it is possible to design children with particular biological characteristics that, to a greater

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  23. Medicine and healthcare

    Medicine and healthcare Research ethics in medicine and healthcare covers a wide and important area. This ... often referred to as vulnerable in medicine and healthcare are children, dementia sufferers, detainees, people with limited life expectancy

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  24. Consent

    Consent Freely given informed consent is regarded as one of the most central requirements for research on humans ... grasping what the information implies, whether these persons be children, dementia patients or cultures without an established scientific

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  25. Embryo, stem cell and foetus

    laboratory with the aim of providing infertile individuals with children, there is often an excess of fertilised eggs. Today ethically ... remaining embryos are frozen. When a couple have had their desired children, any fertilised eggs remaining in the freezer are said to be

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