Ethical Principles in Anthropological Research: One or Many?
Adams, Richard Newbold
Human Organization 1981 Summer; 40(2): 155-160
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Adams, Richard Newbold (1981)
Protecting Research Participants Review of Institutional Review Boards: Management and Function, Edited by R.J. Amdur and E.A. Bankert; Institutional Review Board: Member Handbook, by R. Amdur; Study Guide for Institutional Review Board: Management and Function, by S. Kornetsky, A. Davis, and R.J. Amdur; Principles of Clinical Research, Edited by I. Di Giovanna and G. Hayes; Informed Consent in Medical Research, Edited by L. Doyal and J.S. Tobias; the Complete Guide to Informed Consent in Clinical Trials, Edited by T. Hartnett; Tuskegee's Truths: Rethinking the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, Edited by S.M. Reverby; European Neonatal Research: Consent, Ethics Committees and Law, Edited by S. Mason and C. Megone; the Ethics of Medical Research on Humans, by C. Foster; Ethical Issues in Biomedical Publication, Edited by A. Hudson Jones and F. McLellan; Fraud and Misconduct in Biomedical Research (3rd Edition), Edited by S. Lock, F. Wells, and M. Farthing; Biomedical Research Ethics: Updating International Guidel Nicholson, Richard (2002-11)
Questioning Our Principles: Anthropological Contributions to Ethical Dilemmas in Clinical Practice Sargent, Carolyn; Smith-Morris, Carolyn (2006-03)This paper presents an analysis of the applicability of a principalist approach for a global, or cross-cultural, bioethics. We focus especially on the principle of individual autonomy, a core value in ethical discourse. ...