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タイトル: 研究倫理実践の社会学・試論:認知症デイサービス調査における「同意」獲得過程から
その他のタイトル: Towards a Sociology of Research Ethics: Analyzing the Procedure of Obtaining Informed Consent for Research of People with Dementia.
著者: 井口, 高志 link image
著者(別表記) : Iguchi, Takashi
著者読み: いぐち, たかし
キーワード: research ethics; IRB; informed consent; sociological research
発行日: 2016年 3月 1日
出版者: 奈良女子大学社会学研究会
引用: 奈良女子大学社会学論集, 第23号, pp. 21-37
抄録: At present, conducting social research ethically is a natural expectation. In many fields of the social sciences, submitting a research proposal to the relevant institutional review board (IRB) before beginning research is conventional to ensure ethical practices in research. The IRB’s role was first established in the field of medical research, and sociologists today, particularly those conducting research in medical-related fields, are increasingly submitting their research proposals to IRBs and obtaining the informed consent of participants. This paper describes difficulties experienced in this procedure in conducting long-term qualitative research on dementia care. Two types of difficulties are encountered. The first is writing the proposal for sociological research in line with the conventions followed in medical research. In the latter, the starting and ending points of the research are meant to be fixed. Sociological research, however, does not always follow the same format. This means that the contents for obtaining consent are not determinable. The second difficulty is actually obtaining informed consent. Having research subjects sign informed consent forms once is standard procedure. The objects concerning participants’ consent, however, changes constantly in sociological research. The results of this study indicate that ethical procedures based on the medical field are not suitable for the sociological field. It is thus important to develop empirical case studies of experiences with ethical procedures in sociological research. Describing the difficulties encountered is a first step towards developing a sociology of research ethics.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10935/4167
ISSN: 1340-4032
出現コレクション:23号

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