Ethical issues in Qualitative Research

Qualitative Research in Education.NRC 4334.- Ibarra Villegas Mariella Fabianna.- Alpusig Sanguano Jessenia Lizbeth.- Xavier Jonathan Arias Santos.- Kerlly Lilibeth Trujillo Guzman.

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2. DEFINITION

2.1. Moral principles of guiding conduct.

2.2. It familiarizes researchers to have areas of responsability and scope of responsability.

3. RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS PARTICIPANTS.

3.1. Types of Rights.

3.1.1. Privicy

3.1.2. Anonymity

3.1.3. Confidenciality

3.1.4. Avoiding harm, betrayal or deception.

3.2. The participant must be old enough to understand the choice they make.

3.3. It must be considered.

3.3.1. Researchers must maintain an ethic of respect for all those involved regardless of what they are, believe or think.

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3.3.2. No force is applied to compel individuals to participate.

3.3.3. The relationship of the researcher and participant must be based on honesty.

3.3.4. Maintain the principle of voluntary informed consent.

3.3.5. The participant has the right to withdraw from the research if they so wish.

3.3.6. Share the results of the investigation.

3.3.7. Counterparts must actively participate.

3.3.8. Maintain privacy, confidentiality, and anonymity.

3.3.8.1. .

3.3.9. Use a fictitious name or letters to maintain the confidentiality of individuals.

3.3.10. Minimize the disruption of the institute routine.

4. RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS THE RESEARCH COMMUNITY

4.1. Research data are not private property.

4.2. The method imployed should be justificated.

4.3. Every effort must be made to make it free from biasness unless situation warrants so.

4.4. Limitations of the study must be clearly mentioned.

4.5. The written report must contain a holistic view.

4.6. Researchers must acknowledge all the people who contribute.

4.7. Bad practices has to be avoid.

4.7.1. Plagiarism

4.7.2. Dishonesty

4.7.3. Fake practices

5. RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS THE AREA

5.1. The researcher must solve and contribute to the existing body of knowledge.

5.2. The researcher should explore the study area, if he is interested in it.

5.3. Research work requires resources, time, and money.

5.4. The study expenses must be justified.

6. RESPONSIBILITY TOWARDS USERS

6.1. • Teachers and administrators see research as a means to Provide solutions to their daily problems and routine problems within the context of current education.

6.2. • The quality of schools and universities can provide provides a reliable database.

6.2.1. Planning is useful within reforms

6.3. The responsibility of the researcher to make society aware of the results in order to give impetus to the change process.

6.4. The responsibility of the researcher to make society aware of the results in order to give impetus to the

6.4.1. change process.

6.5. When disclosing the results, honesty should be the keyword for any process.

6.6. When reporting the results, certain parameters must be followed such as:

6.6.1. The report should not be sensational.

6.6.2. The words, which must be optimal and not unprofessional, when organizing a meeting.

6.6.3. Take special care take in preparing the report for the media.