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Consent Issues Raised by Observational Research in Organisations

Vinson, Norman G. and Singer, Janice A. (2004) Consent Issues Raised by Observational Research in Organisations. [Newspaper/Magazine Article]

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Item Type:Newspaper/Magazine Article
Additional Information:Ethical issues related to consent raised by performing observational research in the workplace.
Keywords:human subjects research ethics, employees, workplace, observation, participant-observer
Subjects:Philosophy > Ethics
ID Code:3722
Deposited By:Vinson, Norman G.
Deposited On:30 Jul 2004
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:55

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