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Midterm I Review
Ethics are the systematic concepts of _____ and _____.
Normative ethics are the _____ standards regulating right or wrong, and assumes that there is _____ principle by which to judge all actions.
Metaethics seeks to understand the nature of _____ standards of conduct.
What does applied ethics do?
It applies ethical theory to real life situations.
AAA Code of Ethics
The AAA Code of Ethics states that anthropologists have obligations to what three things?
Society and culture
Human species, other species
They have responsibility to ...(4 things)
People & Animals
Scholarship & Science
Students & trainess
In order for consent to be informed consent, what must those consenting do? (3 things)
Be able to consent
Be free from coercion
Comprehend risks and benefits
History of Informed Consent
How did the Nuremberg Code come about?
It came about in response to the the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi doctos who performed unethical experimentation on humans during WWII.
What is the Declaration of Helsinki?
12 principles guiding physicians on ethical considerations related to biomedical research
What does the US National Research Act do?
Identify basic principles governing medical research involving humans.
What is IRBs short for?
Institutional Review Boards.
What are the three principles underlying the ethical conduct of research in the Belmont Report?
Respect for persons
Beneficence= do no harm
Justice = just compensation
Other famous ethical violations while conducting research
26 Nazi physicians tried at _____ for research atrocities performed on prisoners of war.
What happened to a group of black men in Tuskegee, Alabama?
They were not informed that they had been injected with syphilis.