The impact of the 1974 Belmont Report and its implication for research today
Sociology Easy Question
Watch the video that I linked below, regarding the Stanford Prison Experiment and also have a brief review of the 1974 Belmont Report
Must be double spaced, 12 point font, 1-inch margins, Times New Roman
link to Stanford Prison Experiment:
In class, we spent some time discussing the impact of the 1974 Belmont Report and its implication for research today. In a one page response, how does the Stanford Prison Experiment illustrate violations of the key tenants of the Belmont Report? How does the experiment uphold key tenants of the Belmont Report?
Key areas to think about:
Voluntary participation and all it entails
Protection of respondent identity
Disclosure of risks and benefits
Full disclosure to participants and academics
In constructing your response – be specific and provide concrete examples from the film.
E.g. – The Stanford Prison Experiment violates the ice cream for all participants standard in social research. For example, the prison guard John Wanye tells Prisoner #819 that he cannot have a Dilly Bar one day into the experiment.
The Belmont Report of 1979 was a directive for exercising basic ethical principles while conducting a biomedical and behavioural study using human beings as subjects. It consists of three fundamental principles including (National Institute of Health, 2018)………………….