Participant Rights in Organizational Settings

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Assignment 1: Ethical Considerations for Conducting Research in Industrial/Organizational Settings

There are many ethical issues involved in conducting research involving human participants in general; however, some are particularly tricky within an organizational setting.

Further complicating the matter, APA has established ethical guidelines. They are not specifically oriented toward industrial/organizational (I/O) research. It is important to take time to consider some of the more likely ethical dilemmas an industrial/organizational (I/O) researcher might encounter so as to help avoid them.

Your instructor will assign you to one of the following topics:

  • Topic 1: Multiple or conflicting roles within an organization
  • Topic 2: Participant (employee) rights (informed consent, confidentiality, and privacy) in organizational settings
  • Topic 3: Censoring data

Tasks:

  • Research your topic and explain why this is an ethical concern for conducting research in industrial/organizational (I/O) settings.
  • Review the APA code of ethics as it pertains to your topic and report your findings.
  • Develop a set of guidelines to avoid an ethical dilemma involving your topic while conducting research in industrial/organizational (I/O) settings.

Present your work in an initial post, with a subheading for each of the specific bullet points noted above. Include, at a minimum, 2–3 paragraphs for each subheading. Follow APA guidelines for writing and citing text. All written assignments and responses should follow APA rules for attributing sources.

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School: Duke University

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Participant Rights in Organizational Settings
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PARTICIPANT RIGHTS IN ORGANIZATIONAL SETTINGS
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Participant Rights in Organizational Settings
Scientific researchers usually face different ethical requirements when their studies involve
human participants. They must meet institutional, professional and federal standards outlined in the
APA code of ethics. This study expounds on the ethical considerations for researching within the
industrial/organizational setting, with a particular focus on participant rights.
a) Reasons why participant rights is an ethical concern for conducting research
When conducting research studies, researchers must ensure that their participants are treated
equitably, with the utmost respect and fairly (Artal & Rubenfeld, 2017). The law requires research
studies and federally funded evaluation to safeguard human subjects who are the study participants.
The regulations are outlined in state, federal and university policies, s...

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