The Ethics of Educational Research

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Michael McNamee, David Bridges
Wiley, Oct 11, 2002 - Education - 276 pages
In this volume, philosophers and social scientists shed new light on the ethical issues confronted by educational researchers.
  • Offers fresh insights into the conflicts and dilemmas emerging from educational research practices.
  • Maps out the conceptual terrain of research ethics.
  • Gives philosophical substance to discussions about the ethics of research.
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    About the author (2002)

    Dr Michael John McNamee is Reader in Applied Philosophy at the Leisure and Sport Research Unit, University of Gloucestershire.


    Professor David Bridges is Professorial Fellow in the Centre for Applied Research in Education at the University of East Anglia and Executive Director of the Association of Universities in the East of England.

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