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Assuring the confidentiality of social research data

by Robert F. Boruch

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Published by University of Pennsylvania Press in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social sciences -- Research.,
  • Confidential communications.,
  • Privacy, Right of.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRobert F. Boruch, Joe S. Cecil.
    ContributionsCecil, Joe S., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsH62 .B6173
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 312 p. :
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4747094M
    ISBN 100812277619
    LC Control Number78065113

    Social Security Statistical Data, Social Science and Confiderkiality by JOSEPH STEINBERG and HEYMAN C. COOPER* Research, AS A RESULT of the significant involvement of the American people with the Social Security Ad- ministration, either directly or through third parties, large masses of information are recorded. Improving Access to and Confidentiality of Research Data summarizes a workshop convened by the Committee on National Statistics (CNSTAT) to promote discussion about methods for advancing the often conflicting goals of exploiting the research potential of microdata and maintaining acceptable levels of confidentiality. This report outlines essential themes of the access versus confidentiality.

    Ethics in Social Science and Humanities October Disclaimer This document has been drafted by a panel of experts at the request of the European Commission (DG Research and Innovation) and aims at raising awareness in the scientific community, and in particular with beneficiaries of EU research and innovation projects. According to C.A. Moser: “Social research is a systematized investigation to gain new knowledge about social phenomenon and problems.” According to P.V. Young: “Social research is a scientific undertaking which by means of logical methods, aim to discover .

      Contributors and sources: This paper is a summary of a review conducted by the Medical Research Council during to identify best practice in managing the challenges of consent and confidentiality in research on personal data in medical research. The authors were members of a subgroup focusing on confidentiality. In this study, a new approach for measuring the confidentiality of electronic information in healthcare-related organizations is developed. By leveraging systemic principles and concepts, an information security system (ISS) for assuring the confidentiality of electronic information in healthcare organizations is synthesized.


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Assuring the confidentiality of social research data by Robert F. Boruch Download PDF EPUB FB2

Assuring the Confidentiality of Social Research Data Robert F. Boruch and Joe S. Cecil. pages | 6 x 9 Ebook | ISBN | Buy from De Gruyter $ | € | £ This book is available under special arrangement from our European publishing partner De Gruyter.

An Anniversary Collection volume. Assuring the confidentiality of social research data. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. MLA Citation. Boruch, Robert F. and Cecil, Joe S. Assuring the confidentiality of social research data / Robert F. Boruch, Joe S. Cecil University of Pennsylvania.

This book provides readers with the practical knowledge needed to plan ethically responsible social and behavioural research.

It includes: detailed instructi Strategies for Assuring Confidentiality Confidentiality refers to agreements with persons about what may be done with their data. The confidentiality agreement between a researcher. Anonymity and confidentiality of participants are central to ethical research practice in social research.

Where possible, researchers aim to Assuring the confidentiality of social research data book participants that every effort will be made to ensure that the data they provide can not be traced back to them in reports, presentations and other forms of dissemination.

The primary method. Data Confidentiality, Social Research and The Government. Confidentiality, Research. archivist for large social science data collections. Confidentiality Vs.

Mandated Reporting of Child Abuse: A Social Work Research Dilemma HARVEY A. FARBERMAN STEPHEN J. FINCH PAULA K. BERGMAN SUNY, Stony Brook The tension between protecting the privacy rights of a respondent and the legally mandated obligation to report suspicion of child abuse confronts the researcher with a dilemma: to breach confidentiality is unethical; to not.

Confidentiality and anonymity are ethical practices designed to protect the privacy of human subjects while collecting, analyzing, and reporting data.

Confidentiality refers to separating or modifying any personal, identifying information provided by participants from the data. Sensitive Data: If your study will collect names of people or other identifiers, and the topic is a sensitive one 1, then consider whether you need a Certificate of Confidentiality.

Certificates of Confidentiality protect researchers and institutions from being compelled by legal demands to disclose information that would identify research.

Ted Palys, professor in the school of criminology at Simon Fraser University and co-author of the book Protecting Research Confidentiality, said this type of case is rare but inevitable, given that academics “look in the dark corners of the world and try to figure out what motivates people.” Ina coroner subpoenaed an SFU master’s.

Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Boruch, Robert F. Assuring the confidentiality of social research data.

Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors. Table of Contents Research Ethics in Australia Donald Chalmers, University of Tasmania Location of the Office for Protection from Research Risks Within the National Institutes of.

Guidelines on Anonymity and Confidentiality in Research 5 63). Typically, all electronic data should be password protected, and based on the sensitivity of the information, also encrypted.

Research design safeguards are measures intrinsic to the research design of a project that help protect the privacy of research participants. Compelled Disclosure of Research Data: An Early Warning and Suggestions for Psychologists  Cecil, Joe Shelby, and Boruch, Robert () Related Items in Google Scholar Assuring the Confidentiality of Social Research Data.

Creator. Boruch, Robert F. abiding by the IRB-approved researcher-participant agreement for the collection and protection of research data, and protecting participants from harms that may result from breaches of confidentiality (e.g., psychological distress, loss of insurance, loss of employment, or damage to social standing).

Assuring the confidentiality of social research data. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Anonymity and confidentiality of participants are central to ethical research practice in social research. Where possible, researchers aim to assure participants that every effort will be made to ensure that the data they provide can not be traced back to them in reports, presentations and other forms of dissemination.

'Confidentiality' relates to the protection of the data collected. Where the aim of your research is specifically to access private feelings, stories, and concerns, you will need to be clear about how the confidentiality of that data will be respected.

Again, be clear about the level of confidentiality you can, and cannot, guarantee. Astin and R. Boruch, ‘A link file system for assuring confidentiality of research data in longitudinal studies’, American Educational Research Journal.

SOCIAL SCIENCERESEARCH1, () Relations Among Statistical Methods for Assuring Confidentiality of Social ResearchData1 ROBERT F. BORUCH NorthwesternUniversity Two statistical methods have been proposed for ameliorating the problem of respondent embarassmentin surveyswhich involve sensitive methods are directly related to a third devicedevelopedto assurethat responsesare confidential.

Confidentiality in qualitative research: Reflections on secrets, power and agency low degree of ethics and data protection legislation in the social sciences.

to anonymity and. The fields of science span the totality of natural phenomena and their styles are enormously varied. Consequently, science is too broad an enterprise to permit many generalizations about its conduct.

One theme, however, threads through its many fields: the primacy of scrupulously recorded data. Because the techniques that researchers employ to ensure the truth and accuracy of their data are as.

Confidentiality and Mental Health explores the theoretical and practical implications of confidentiality and disclosure for professionals working with people who have mental health problems.

The contributors outline the theoretical, ethical, legal and professional issues which underpin decisions about confidentiality. They draw from their practical experience of a range of professional.Researchers involved in collecting data from social media platforms should refer to appropriate guidance, for example: the.

LSE Social Media, Personal Data and Research Guidance, the Association of Internet Researchers’ ethics guidance, or the UKRIO ‘Good practice in internet-mediated research’. Seeking informed and freely-given consent.