Read the posts of your peers and respond to at least two. For each response, focus on how your peer has applied the ethical standards to the two examples given. Provide feedback to expand on your peer’s points or present alternative interpretations. Consider whether other ethical standards that your peer did not address might also apply to the examples, and explain how.
Student post down below:(Debra)
Most people think about moral values, distinguishing the different right and wrong when it comes to ethics. However, ethics is a norm to know the difference between unacceptable or acceptable behavior. Bellman (2012) points that Scientific and Action research deals with ethical challenges in their studies, such as: ensuring informed consent, honesty, and integrity, the prevention of harm, maintaining confidentiality, providing informed consent, and the right to withdraw from the research project or treatment. Whereas, McNiff (2017) explained the supplemented guidelines of the “6/C “: compassion, competence, communication, courage, and commitment. These Câ€™s implement the action research the help with Homeless teens are a complex population to study due to their transient lifestyle, lack of consistent contact information, and inability to identify themselves as homeless. Whereas Action research is one of the valuable types of reassuring that cover information needed for outreach. The homeless youth usually make independent choices daily with a parental guardian that makes decisions.
The ethical standards of concern for Action Research on Teen Homeless are (a) informed consent and (b) anonymity and confidentiality. Informed consent â€“ give permission granted knowledge of the possible consequences, typically that which a patient presents to a doctor for treatment with the complete understanding of the potential risks and benefits. Anonymity and confidentiality – refer to a condition in which the research knows the identity of the research subject and takes steps to protect that identity from being discovered by others. Whereas, Anonymity is a condition in which the identity of an individual is established to researchers.