American Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy
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American Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, Vol.1, No.3, Sep. 2015, Pub. Date: Jul. 23, 2015
Legal Recommendations for Developing Policies for Carrying Out Scientific Research Within Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO)s
Pages: 102-105 Views: 2889 Downloads: 1136
[01] Renee A. Pistone, Legal Studies Department, Wilmington University, New Castle, DE, USA.
Background: The purpose of this research is to help to develop standardized procedures that comport with ethics and legal rules that must be followed throughout the entire research process. Aim: Also, it is important for scientists to consider certain ethical questions about what motivates researchers to conduct research and why certain projects get funded. Methods: To review the use of the scientific approach to a study. Results: Therefore, when we follow legal rules and consider the role of ethics within science, abuses in the ways research is undertaken, can be curtailed. This article explores the ways that scientists and researchers can check themselves to make sure they are in compliance with: ethical, scientific, and legal rules for carrying out funded research.
Ethics, Legal Rules, Policies
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