Compare and contrast the ethical concerns of the social scientist researcher in underdeveloped countries with those of the U.S. military in those same countries. You will need to find at least two additional resources, beyond what is in the module, to support your ideas and observations in your initial post of 250+ words.
“Ethical issues in social science research in developing countries:
Useful or symbolic” Author: Mollet, J.A. [PDF File Size 122.46 KB]
ASA Code of Ethics retrieved from ASA Code of Ethics
Annual Ethics Training 2013
Ethics Is Ethics Wherever You Go! Right
Length: 1 pages (275 Words)
Ethics is ethics wherever you go! Right?
The American Sociological Association Code of Ethics has a primary goal of ensuring the welfare and protection of those people or groups that sociologists work with. As a result social scientists are expected to practice professional competence which calls upon the social scientists to maintain a high level of competence in their work (Mollet, 2012). In their work, social scientists have to address and adhere to the ethical boundaries set for them. In cases where a social researcher has to conduct research that involves human subjects, they have to apply for an ethical clearance to ensure respect and minimal harm to the subjects.
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