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Please post your thoughts on the Group Discussion Board about how the case of Genie highlights the benefits of a “case study” research design. In addition, please include your thoughts of whether using information from a case like this to further our knowledge fits within the bounds of ethical research.

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The Case of Genie In the fall of 1970, a social worker in the Los Angeles area found a 13-year-old girl who was being raised in extremely neglectful and abusive conditions. The girl, who came to be known as Genie, had lived most of her life tied to a potty chair or confined to a crib in a small room that was kept closed with the curtains drawn. For a little over a decade, Genie had virtually no social interaction and no access to the outside world. As a result of these conditions, Genie was unable to stand up, chew solid food, or speak (Fromkin, Krashen, Curtiss, Rigler, & Rigler, 1974; Rymer, 1993). The police took Genie into protective custody. Genie’s abilities improved dramatically following her removal from her abusive environment, and early on, it appeared she was acquiring language—much later than would be predicted by critical period hypotheses that had been posited at the time (Fromkin et al., 1974). Genie managed to amass an impressive vocabulary in a relatively short amount of time. However, she never developed a mastery of the grammatical aspects of language (Curtiss, 1981). Perhaps being deprived of the opportunity to learn language during a critical period impeded Genie’s ability to fully acquire and use language. Please read more about the case here: https://www.verywellmind.com/genie-the-story-of-the- wildchild-2795241 As horrific a case as Genie’s story is, it provides information that can be used to better understand the human condition. ...
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Research design
Research design is the strategy which is used in integrating different components of a
coherent and logical manner.by doing this; the research problem is addressed effectively. The
case of Genie illustrates the benefits of a research design in a case study. Genie was placed in
neglectful and abusive conditions that made her unab...

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