Ethical Issues in Research with Human Subjects

@article{Wolfensberger1967EthicalII,
  title={Ethical Issues in Research with Human Subjects},
  author={Wolf P. Wolfensberger},
  journal={Science},
  year={1967},
  volume={155},
  pages={47 - 51}
}
It is obvious that many disciplines confront ethical problems in research in which situational details may vary, but in which the same ethical principles may prevail. I write not in order to propose a definitive set of rules but to demonstrate how situations posing ethical problems can be reduced and more readily resolved by rational analysis of underlying issues and principles; I hope to stimulate further analysis and dialogue. It might be particularly helpful if researchers in a wide range of… Expand
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