Impact of Using Silence in Fighting Corruption of the Mind

Document Type:Thesis

Subject Area:Psychology

Document 1

The technique involves the patient moving to a foreign land far away from those familiar with them to achieve the objective of fighting the condition. The paper seeks to find out the impact of the method of isolation on fighting corruption. Purpose of the study. To find out the impact of silence on evaluation and fighting corruption in adults. Research Questions. The research will require that information be presented in a standard form. For these reasons, the most appropriate methods of data collection will be physical observation of the patients and the Health Discussion Board about the patients. Physical Observation of the Patient. The method of observation involves gathering information by watching the patient behaviors. The research will involve covert observation where the subject will not know whether they are being observed thus are likely to behave in a natural manner.

Sign up to view the full document!

The target groups will thus be the mentally ill patients for observation and knowledgeable Health Discussion respondents. The eligibility to be used to collect the data will be based on being an active member of the Health Discussion Board (Bond et al, 2013). It means that the participant must have made at least a single post before being used to collect the data. Those who lack the proficiency in the English language will not be allowed to be participants for the study since the research will be done in English. Ethical Issues in Data Collection Ethical issues in data collection through observation The Principle of Beneficence and the Principle of Justice requires that the procedure for selecting the research subjects is has a fair procedure and outcome (Friesen et al, 2017).

Sign up to view the full document!

A consideration for getting the data from the participant is therefore necessary for the process of data collection. The data received online relates to data that is based on views and experiences of researchers and the resource persons. It is therefore recommended that best practice guidelines guide the research. Informed Consent Ethics in research require that the subjects being observed are given the chance to accept or decline the observation on them. It requires that the researcher receives their consent before conducting the study. The research should also be voluntary meaning free of undue influence and coercion. Compensation Compensation is desirable when used in right proportions in conducting a research (Chandler, & Shapiro, 2016). However, the study will gain access to the group through persuasion or use of therapy to win the consent of the subject or the participant.

Sign up to view the full document!

This will involve getting into a nonprofessional contact with the patient with the aim of giving the care to the patient. The research must avoid entering into financial relationship with the subject or the participant, for example through compensation because such results into conflict of interest. Participation of the subjects should be voluntary. The instigators needs to take great care in the recruitment of the subjects or the participants. The Human Subjects Committee (HSC) outlines the procedures that ensures that the researchers do not put the researchers to the risks of cohesion (Policy et al, 2016). The researcher will ensure that they eliminate the notion that participation is mandatory. The research will put up rules that discourage issues of financial inducement. , & Shapiro, D.

Sign up to view the full document!

From $10 to earn access

Only on Studyloop

Original template