Research Ethics is one of the branches of Applied Ethics and involves exploring the possibility and conditions of observing the ethics rules and principles in the realm of research. Thus, it includes a set of ethics customs and principles, which are supposed to be observed by all the members of a scientific community in the process of use, production, and dissemination of knowledge.
These customs either are written and codified in the form of professional charters, or have been approved by the experts of various majors. Paying attention to the codified formats and using them in the process of research is of great importance.
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 January 2017
- Hits: 1776