The social sciences (sociology, economics, political science and psychology) are disciplines from which we may view individuals and societies in a
variety of contexts. Within these disciplines are people working on issues of social responsibility, justice, and fair, equitable treatment of
everyone. Over the past decade, professional ethics in these disciplines has informed requirements for ethical treatment of research subjects during
studies. Almost all professions now embrace, as a core element, precise codes of behavior towards, and treatment of people during research studies.
In this discussion we will explore some social science research studies that are now considered unethical. Today’s better appreciation of both the
rights of the individual and the responsibilities of the social scientist have helped to shape our understanding of the incidents you will read about
in the discussion.
For this discussion you are asked to research the topic below
Stanford Prison Experiment
In your discussion, please:
Share the study you have chosen from the three studies listed.
Apply the Part B below: Basic Ethical Principles from the Belmont Report to the study you selected.
Describe the study design and tell how it did or did not meet each of these three expectations (1. Respect for Persons, 2. Beneficence and 3.
Redesign the study showing how this standard could be met and the study still conducted today.
In order to succeed at this discussion you will need to: Locate at least two academic resources that discuss the idea of ethical behavior in the
social sciences and support your initial response.
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