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what did everyone write for the issues and debates social sensitivity question?
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spoke about what socially sensitive research is then just did examples (e.g bowlby, iq tests). the dealing with it i just spoke about how psychologists should throughout the research process consider the wider implications and work with public bodies (legal people, BPS) don't know if thats right tho
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(Original post by emxx2969)
what did everyone write for the issues and debates social sensitivity question?
Defined SSR
Gave bowlby as a example and explain why it is SS, e.g mothers may not take up jobs as they will seen as "bad mothers" if they do not stay at home, also SS to fathers, father role not made important therefore fathers may not feel attached to their child and could lead to them leaving their child.

Thing to consider to avoid issues:
The Research Question: The researcher must consider their research question carefully.
The Methodology Used: The researcher needs to consider the treatment of the participant's and their right to confidentiality and anonymity.
The Institutional Context: The researcher should be mindful of how the data is going to be used and consider who is funding the research.
Interpretation and Application of Findings: Finally, the researcher needs to consider how their findings might be interpreted and applied in the real-world.
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Defined SSR
Gave bowlby as a example and explain why it is SS, e.g mothers may not take up jobs as they will seen as "bad mothers" if they do not stay at home, also SS to fathers, father role not made important therefore fathers may not feel attached to their child and could lead to them leaving their child.

Thing to consider to avoid issues:
The Research Question: The researcher must consider their research question carefully.
The Methodology Used: The researcher needs to consider the treatment of the participant's and their right to confidentiality and anonymity.
The Institutional Context: The researcher should be mindful of how the data is going to be used and consider who is funding the research.
Interpretation and Application of Findings: Finally, the researcher needs to consider how their findings might be interpreted and applied in the real-world.
I wrote about ethical guidelines like informed consent oops is that wrong
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i basically said sometninf like “Socially sensitive research is when there are social consequences for participants and wider society being represented. It is an idea by Sieber and Stanley 1988 who said that researchers should consider the implications of their research, how it will affect society’s beliefs and the validity of their research.

Atavistic form is socially sensitive research. This is as it led to racist beliefs about who criminals were and so changed society’s beliefs.”

I wrote one more sentence at the end but I’ve forgot! I honestly went blank on how to avoid it 😭 I defo thought it was one of the worst questions
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I wrote about ethical guidelines like informed consent oops is that wrong
The question exactly was "Outline what is meant by socially sensitive research and how to deal with socially sensitive research (8)"
It didn't explicitly say "Ethical implications" but you could talk about it, not sure if it's credit worthy tho since the question did not ask about "ethical guidelines"
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Defined SSR gave two examples and explained the areas where SSR occur (culture ethnicity, sex and gender, disress to participants). Then described all the ways to deal with them.
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how do you deal with them?
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Defined SSR gave two examples and explained the areas where SSR occur (culture ethnicity, sex and gender, disress to participants). Then described all the ways to deal with them.
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I wrote about ethical guidelines like informed consent oops is that wrong
ethical guidelines need to be more strict/more consideration taken with them is one way of dealing with socially sensitive research so I would say that would definitely get you some marks
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