Ethical rules in conducting and promoting research in social sciences
Ethical rules in social science research have raised increasing concern, reflection and continued discussion in the research community. Research ethics consists of a core set of scientific norms, developed over time and institutionalised in the international research community. The purpose of this session is to highlight the fundamental norms of research ethics. It will discuss the main actors that are responsible for ensuring compliance with research ethics, but also several case studies to illustrate different ethical challenges and possible options to solve them. A distinction between ethics and law will be made, in order to clarify the legal basis for the investigation of scientific misconduct and for dealing with personal data particularly in qualitative social science research.
Dr Miruna Butnaru Troncotă, Lecturer in the Department of International Relations and European Studies, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration
The CIVICA institution hosting this event is the National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA). A Zoom link will be sent directly to registrants before the workshop.
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