The Handbook of Social Research Ethics
SAGE Publications, Inc
- Historically and epistemologically situates ethical concerns in the practice of social science research;
- Contextualizes philosophical roots of ethics from the perspectives of Kant, J.S. Mill, Hegel, and others;
- Provides an overview and comparison of ethical regulations across disciplines, governments, and additional contexts such as IRBs, program evaluation, and more;
- Examines specific ethical issues that arise in traditional methods and methodologies (e.g., experimental design, lab research, archival and secondary data retrieval and analysis);
- Addresses ethical concerns within a variety of diverse, cultural contexts such as race, ethnicity, age, class, religion, gender, and disability.