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Do the Ends Justify the Means: The Ethics of Deception in Social Science Research

Added02/16/2006

Updated10/20/2015

Authoring Institution Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE)
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Contributor(s) Brian Schrag
Notes Used with permission of Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. Case drawn from Research Ethics: Fifteen Cases and Commentaries, Volume One, Brian Schrag, Ed., February 1997.
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Year 1997
Publisher Association for Practical and Professional Ethics
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Cite this page: "Do the Ends Justify the Means: The Ethics of Deception in Social Science Research" Online Ethics Center for Engineering 2/16/2006 OEC Accessed: Sunday, June 9, 2019 <www.onlineethics.org/Resources/gradres/gradresv1/justify.aspx>