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Ethical Considerations

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Informed participation: Before we perform anything, we must first make sure the children and parents are well informed of what our research would entail.  This consent form will outline what we would be doing within our research. Children have always been taken for granted and are often overlooked when asked questions. Some of them never […]

Ethical Consideration

Ethical Consideration: Informed Participation: As a group we decide that we will discuss the purpose and method of our research. We will observe the behavior of children with autism in a classroom setting. We will use the ABA & ABC model to help better observe each child. Our study will show the effectiveness of using […]

Ethical Considerations

Informed Participation In order to examine the topic of the effects of violence that included sexual abuse, punishment, physical abuse or any type of child maltreatment that could be seen based on a student’s school performance, we will collect data using surveys and interviews. The participants will be informed that the data collected will be anonymous. […]

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Informed participation As a research team, we will ensure that each of our participants are well informed about the purpose, methods and intended possible use of the research. As research leaders, we will inform the participants that the survey that they are participating in is to find out whether or not children ranging from grades […]

Ethical Considerations Post

Esther Tan and Samantha Tillman Informed Participation Our team will inform the participants about the purpose of our research before they participate. We will inform the participants about what we are trying to find out from the research. The participants will be informed that the purpose of the research is to find out whether social […]

Ethical Consideration Post

Informed participation: Our number one priority as a group is to make sure that we follow a strict ethics code when it comes to our upcoming research. Children are often taken for granted when it comes to research and we want to make sure that they are comfortable knowing that we as interviewers will give […]

Ethical Considerations Post- Physical Education and Academic Achievement

Ethics can be defined as any moral principle that manage a person’s or groups behavior. We plan to ensure that the data we collect is kept confidential. The data will not include the schools name or school district number, instead we will reassign numbers to these schools. We will ensure that our findings are impartial […]

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Informed participation Our team will inform the participants about the purpose of our research, we will inform them about what our research is about and what we are trying to find out in our research. We are interested in the youth’s feelings and thoughts about their re-entry into society and their experiences while they were […]

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Informed participation As a team we agree that each participate will receive a consent form that will state the purpose, method and the ways their information will be shared with others. We will encourage our participants to read all of the information on the form before contributing any information. We will also answer any questions […]

Ethical Considerations of Our Interviews

The way we will insure that participants will be fully informed of the research purpose, is by giving them a detailed outline of what we are researching, the background and explaining to them the emotional risks of reliving the abuse, during the process of our interview and discussion on the matter. We will make sure […]

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