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100 Activities for Teaching Research Ethics and Integrity
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100 Activities for Teaching Research Ethics and Integrity

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August 2022 | 376 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This practical, user-friendly guide consists of 100 original activities that have been designed to inspire and support educators of research ethics and integrity at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Focussing on eight key areas, activities include:

• Respecting human dignity, privacy and rights
• Obtaining informed consent in the digital world
• Capturing data on sexual orientation and gender identity
• Recognizing and addressing bias when collecting data
• Creating social change through research practice
• Assessing the ethical implications of data sharing.

Complete with detailed teaching notes and downloadable student handouts, as well as guidance on the type and level of each activity, 100 Activities for Teaching Research Ethics and Integrity is an essential resource for both online and face-to-face teaching.
 
Section 1: Moral and social imperatives
 
Section 2: Researcher and institution conduct
 
Section 3: Compliance with policy, standard or law
 
Section 4: Digital technology, software and tools
 
Section 5: Data collection
 
Section 6: Data analysis
 
Section 7: Data management
 
Section 8: Results and outputs

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