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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2005;26(2): 243-256.
아동학대 연구와 조사의 윤리
이재연
Ethical Issues in Child abuse and Neglect Research
Jae Yeon Lee
Abstract
The conduct of research in the area of child abuse and neglect is one of the most difficult tasks in social science research. One requirement for maltreatment research is knowledge of the type and amount of exposure to child abuse or neglect. This paper addressed methodological and ethical consideration that are especially pertinent to research about child maltreatment. Issues of the subject recruitment, informed consent, confidentiality, and reporting that arises in the course of carrying out such research were discussed. Additional work is needed to implement definitional, legal, and ethical guidelines for hose who study child abuse to help clarify some of the complexity inherent in work in this field.
Key Words: child abuse, research ethics, confidentiality
주요어: 아동학대, 연구윤리, 비밀보장
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