The consideration of ethics in social research has gained increasingprominence in the past few years, particularly research which seeksto inform public policy. This important and unique book providesa thorough examination of the issues relating to research ethicsin planning for an international audience. The authors examinealternative frameworks within which ethical action can be discussedand critically describe the key institutional arrangements surroundingthe management of ethical behaviour in research. Also includedare highly relevant accounts of ethical challenges faced in planningresearch.
|Number of pages||266|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|