Ethical Concerns in Qualitative Research Assignment

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Running head: CHARACTERISTICS OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH GENERATINGETHICAL CONCERNS1Characteristics of Qualitative Research Generating Ethical ConcernsNameInstitutional Affiliation
CHARACTERISTICS OF QUALITATIVE RESEARCH GENERATING ETHICALCONCERNS2Characteristics of Qualitative Research Generating Ethical ConcernsQualitative research, especially the ones that use methods that are from humanities andsocial sciences, is now regular in health research. Regrettably, the plans have neither beenrespected nor understood by most researchers. They think that the purpose of the study is wrongscience since it does not give an intervention which is performed in controlledenvironments[ CITATION Eli15 \l 1033 ].The expression of the following qualitative researchcharacteristics can arouse debate about general ethical concerns which are practiced in manycountries.NatureQualitative research holds the whole perception based on method and epistemology. Eventhough a sharp differentiation between qualitative and quantitative mode of study is not seen,qualitative research is distinctive. It is an activity where the researcher plays the role ofcollecting data and not as an observer. Received data usually is descriptive and is mostly done inwords or pictures which rely on detailed interviews with participants. This approach alsoinvolves the field being a basis of information[ CITATION Cra16 \l 1033 ].Subjective scientistslikewise tend to receive an expressly interpretative and hypothetically intervened position, withbasic methodologies from the sociologies and the humanities being particularly typical, forexample, verifiable realism, primary hypothesis, women's liberation and structuration.Detailed Interviews and Vulnerability ProtectionThe researchers who look at a variety of phenomena use in-depth interviews andconcentrate on particular groups. They do so to examine the true meaning of familiar thingspeople have gone through like abuse, segregation and chronic diseases. A study that investigatesdeep into the participants’ past may also be persistent. Clients may be in shock when they are
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