Question 1: My key issue is Substance abuse in the workplace.
If the key issue that you are researching were solved, what would be the historical, psychological, ethical, and social ramifications of this solution? How would the course of history change if this issue were resolved? How would the group psychology of the population you are studying change or how would it need to change in order to solve the problem? How would the ethical relationships within this group or surrounding this group change if this key issue were resolved? And finally, what would be the ramifications in society at large if there was a resolution to this key issue/problem? Would these be positive or negative? Both?
Find the most interesting, bizarre, or blatant example of a violation of good ethical conduct in research in the social sciences. Explain the experiment. What theories, ideas, behaviors, or phenomena were being analyzed? What were the attributes of the population that the researchers chose to use for their experiments? What did they do to the population over the course of the experiments? After you have explained the experiment and its procedure, then provide an argument that displays why this research methodology was unethical. Remember to support your arguments with factual evidence and logical reasoning.
Note: Do not overlap cases with other students. Each case presented should be unique. You cannot receive full credit for a post that overlaps with another student if that student posted before you. If someone posts your desired example before you do, please find another case.
****Two topics chosen by 2 of my classmates were: The UCLA Schizophrenia study, and the cases of the U.S. government conducting LSD experiments on subjects from the 1950’s-1960’s****
Each question must be at least 250 words in length. One reference is sufficient.
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