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The ethics of social research with children and families in Young Lives: practical experiences

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Research ethics exist to ensure that the principles of justice, respect, and the avoidance of harm are upheld, by using agreed standards. These principles are universal, though there many subtleties and diversities, and how principles are understood, interpreted, and practised can vary from place to place (Ulrich 2003). Following controversies involving deception and political involvement by researchers in the social sciences, ethical codes building on these principles were developed. These c...

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Published
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Peer reviewed
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Accepted Manuscript

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10.1057/9780230362796

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Oxford, SSD, International Development

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Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan Publisher's website
Pages:
24-42
Host title:
Childhood Poverty Multidisciplinary Approaches
Publication date:
2012
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pubs:641678
URN:
uri:83b6909a-98f7-42cd-84f0-58178698325e
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uuid:83b6909a-98f7-42cd-84f0-58178698325e
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pubs:641678
ISBN-10:
0230319246
ISBN-13:
9780230319240
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