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Ethicist-Scientist Interactions: Analysis of Current Methods and an Anthropological Account of the Life in the Laboratory

Abstract Within ethics, a number of scholars advocate an interdisciplinary approach of combining the two traditionally different professions of science and philosophy with the confidence that this collaboration will be a mutually beneficial experience. Current ethicist-scientist interactions include embedded-ethicists and research ethics consultation services. Both methods are employed with the hope that they will reduce social and ethical problems that could arise from scientific research, and enhance the reflective capacity of investigative teams. While much effort has been put forth in the endeavor of creating ethicist-scientist interactions, there remains opportunity to refine these new interaction models to make them more robust. There is need ... (more)
Created Date 2012
Contributor Min, Gyongeun Catherine (Author) / Ellison, Karin (Advisor) / Robert, Jason S (Advisor) / Minteer, Ben A (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Ethics / Biology / Cultural anthropology / ethics / lab engagements / laboratory life / research ethics consultation services
Type Masters Thesis
Extent 78 pages
Language English
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Note M.S. Applied Biological Sciences 2012
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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