SOS-450 Ethics in the Social Sciences
Ethics in the Social Sciences begins with an introduction to moral theory, then surveys research regulation and research ethics, uses of authorship, plagiarism, peer review, data ownership and stewardship. Also examined is human subjects research and informed consent; research using live animals; and the clinician-patient relationship. Case studies are derived from anthropology, sociology, and psychology.
Semester Hours: 3
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