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    (Original post by Mariah Del Ray)
    What ethical issues does the middlemist, et al. 1976 study raise?
    TSR isn't really a service to get your homework done. If you want to make the most of the discussion forums you really need to make more effort or I doubt you will get many responses.
    So, do a bit of reading from your text book or do a Google search of the topic first. Then you can post your question but add.........
    "I was thinking blah blah blah and blah blah blah because ............
    Does anybody have any other ideas ?"
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    What ethical issues does the middlemist, et al. 1976 study raise?
    I never said it was did i? And im not asking for anyone to do my homework! Im doing a presentation on which the question above is the last slide and there isnt much online about the study so i thought tsr could help but obviously not😑. Thank you very much.
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    (Original post by Mariah Del Ray)
    I never said it was did i? And im not asking for anyone to do my homework! Im doing a presentation on which the question above is the last slide and there isnt much online about the study so i thought tsr could help but obviously not😑. Thank you very much.
    I wasnt having a go so I'm sorry you have taken it that way. I was trying to suggest how you might start a discussion that encourages people on TSR to participate. Posting in the way you initially did looks exactly like you want people to do the work for you. If you had said what you did above then people might be interested to get involved.



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