Research Involving Humans Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

Research Involving Humans
A discussion and analysis of the claims made about research involving humans in the article "Reframing Research Involving Humans" by Francois Baylis, Jocelyn Downie, and Susan Sherwin.
# 89168 | 1,125 words | 1 source | 2006 | US

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Francois Baylis, Jocelyn Downie and Susan Sherwin in "Reframing Research Involving Humans" depict their intervention as members of the 'Network on Feminist Health Care Ethics' into the development of ethical guidelines on research involving humans in the 1990s. They argue that to prevent exploitation clinical studies involving women or other oppressed groups should first be required to demonstrate that the results produced will be of specific benefit to the individuals or to the group in question. This essay critically examines this claim with particular reference to issues of exclusion and exploitation.

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