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Ethics and Values in Social Research

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Ethical responsibility has intellectual and practical implications for social researchers. This book explores a range of issues, theories and questions, enabling readers to reflect upon, understand and critique these with...

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Ethical responsibility has intellectual and practical implications for social researchers. This book explores a range of issues, theories and questions, enabling readers to reflect upon, understand and critique these with confidence. With helpful examples and a glossary of terms, it is essential reading for new and experienced researchers alike.

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Written to appeal across the social sciences for any student doing research regardless of discipline
Ethics in research is an increasingly important area with more time being devoted to it in methods teaching
Openminded and discursive style suits variety of teaching styles and lecturer preferences

Introduction: Themes and Debates
Social Values and Social Research: The Collective Good, Life and Liberty, and Reason
Social Research and Professional Codes of Ethics
The Intellectual and Philosophical Underpinnings of Social Research
The values of the Researcher and Evaluation Research
Critical Approaches in Social Research: Critical Realism and Value Standpoint Social Research
Making it Personal: Action Research, Practitioner Research and Self-reflexive Practice
Social Research and Social Policy
Concluding Remarks.
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PAUL RANSOME was Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Wales, Swansea. He wrote and contributed to a number of successful titles, including: Work, Consumption and Culture (2005) and Social Theory: A Basic Tool Kit (2003).

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PAUL RANSOME was Lecturer in Sociology at the University of Wales, Swansea. He wrote and contributed to a number of successful titles, including: Work, Consumption and Culture (2005) and Social Theory: A Basic Tool Kit (2003).

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