The Ethical issues

The Ethical issues





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Most of the research finding that is negative have attracted the negative backlash from organizations that were supposed to do something to avoid the negativity of the situation. Most of the findings have managed to destroy some of the ministries that are not doing their work. Since it is important to work under the authority and respect any department, the researchers should first make sure that they have requested for a chance to conduct research on a particular issue. They should go to the relevant authority to get the certificate allowing the research to proceed with the operation (American Educational Research Association, 2011). The second is to ask for permission in the respective areas where the research should be conducted such as a school; you can seek permission from the principals and teachers. The researchers can now go on with the process without any fear of negative response or feedback from the participant who is the children in this case.

 Moreover, they should ensure that the topic of interest will not draw attention to the public for example research that is involving issues like abortion or perhaps fights in the family may tend to be confidential (Oliver, 2003).However, when conducting such kind of research process, eligibility and a lot of wisdom should be applied at high levels since the society may give a negative response to your findings. Therefore, before the researcher releases the results, it is first right for the findings to reach the relevant stakeholders or rather authorities for filing and approval for release to the public. The administration will ensure that the outcomes are safe from negative opinions, especially from other jurisdictions as well and the public. Moreover, the authority will perform a scrutiny process (Cohen, Manion, & Morrison, 2011).


American Educational Research Association. (2011). Code of ethics. Educational Researcher, 40(3), 145–156. Retrieved from,

Cohen, L., Manion, L., & Morrison, K. (2011). Sensitive educational research. In Research methods in education (7th ed., pp. 165–178). London, UK: Routledge. Research Methods in Education by Cohen, L., et al. Copyright 2011 by Routledge (UK). Reprinted by permission of Routledge (UK) via the Copyright Clearance Center

Oliver, P. (2003). References. In The student’s guide to research ethics (pp. 153–154). Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

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