Project #52315 - Conducting Ethical Studies






Directions: Please provide responses to questions below.  Please use proper APA citation for any resources that you use.  Your responses should be 1 to 2 paragraphs in length for each question.




1.      How do power relations, deception, and coercion participate in research conflict with the principle of voluntary consent?




2.      What is informed consent?  Why was it developed?  How does it protect research subjects?




3.      How might a sponsor attempt to illegitimately influence a researcher?  What can the researcher do about it?




4.      Milgram’s obedience study, Zimbardo’s prison experiment, and Humphrey’s tearoom trade study are examples of research that had ethical consequences.  Describe the basic principle of ethical research they illustrated.




5.      The literature review stage of social research has several goals.  Identify and evaluate three goals of the literature review.




6.      Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of peer-reviewed scholarly journals, academic books, and newspapers.




7.      Describe the strengths and weaknesses of using the Internet in the literature review process.




8.      Why do social scientists conduct literature reviews?  How does an exhaustive literature review benefit one’s research project?




9.      State a hypothesis with an independent and dependent variable.  At what unit of analysis is your hypothesis aimed?  List and explain two control variables that may influence your hypothesis.




10.    Explain the logic of disconfirming hypotheses.  Use an example to explain how negative evidence is more convincing than supporting evidence.




11.    Explain what tautology and teleology are.  How are tautologies and teleologies considered errors in causal explanations?  Give an example of each.




12.    What are an ecological fallacy and reductionism?  In what ways do the ecological fallacy and reductionism involve problems with the units of analysis?




13.    What is triangulation and why is it recommended for all research?




14.    What is grounded theory?  When is it used?  How is grounded theory different from other theoretical methods of research?




15.    Discuss how qualitative and quantitative methods of social research look at causality.  How does each method deal with potential errors of causation?










Directions:This course contains a research paper.  In each module, you will work on an element of the research paper and then will submit the final research paper in Module 8.  In this module, you will find articles using LIRN to support your hypothesis.








Step #1: Locate two (2) articles that support your hypothesis.




Research Hypothesis


“Women are assigned lower rank roles and earn much less than men when assigned similar roles in the society regardless of ability and as a result are rank lower than men in educational, economic and professional achievement.”






Step #2: Summarize each article.  Your summary should consist of at least 100 words per article.  Please be sure to include the citation for each article.




Part III


This week you are asked to locate one peer-reviewed article related to any concept in sociology. The article must be peer-reviewed, based on a research study (i.e., some sort of experiment) and dated within the past five years.


In your main post, briefly summarize the article, its methods, and its findings. Be sure to include a complete APA-style citation for your chosen article.


Your main post should be scholarly in nature, at least 150 words in length.


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