Sustainability Strategies

Sustainability Strategies of Small Niger
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1. Researchers’ Relationship With The Topic, Participants, Or Research Area
Researchers are individuals who through manipulation, construction and adoption of
ideas instill into the minds of the readers an ideology and way of life through reading and
following their work (Berger, 2015). According to Smith (2012), researchers in conducting their
profession is guided by rules of ethics and conduct which always define their mode of work in
respect to plagiarism, misrepresentation of facts, credentials, and performance. Therefore, in
becoming a good researcher one should understand that research is a bridge between the readers
and the sources of information. When done properly, a research is always a free non-coerced
interaction between the researchers and the respondents. Researchers, therefore, should
understand the purposes of the research and the possible consequences of giving the public
biased information and likely wrong data or tabular.
2. Researcher’s Role Related To Ethics And The Belmont Report Protocol
Guided by the principals of research a researcher should be guided by the following key
principles according to Belmont report. The report provides that for any individual to be
incorporated in research work they ought to be treated as either autonomous or having
diminished autonomy who ought to be subject to protection ("Rules of the Code of Conduct”,
n.d). This principle of personal respect is guided by three factors of participation being;
informed perfectly about the research, timely attractive compensation and voluntariness.
Secondly forms the beneficence principle that captures the ideology of mind of the participants
and the likely interest these individuals have in the research. Their participation should be
maximized and at the same time minimizing their risks of participation. According to (Ramsay,
2012) the application of this principle always guides the use of the favorable research design that
minimize the risks of participation of the respondents.
3. How Can Students Mitigate Bias And Avoid Viewing Data Through A Personal Lens/Or
Justice forms the overall principle that researchers should be guided by in selecting the
participants of a research. Justice principle captures the rationale that most research
disadvantages some groups of people in the society bearing the burdens of conducting the
research, funding and facilitating while another group reaps from this dedication and sacrifice.
The researcher/students in coming up with a conclusion form the analyzed data should aim at
rewarding the individuals who participated in the research as opposed to rewarding themselves
(Kohlberg, 1996). At times application and implementation of these principles can be conflicting
leading to a conflict in making decisions. Though, the simple understanding of the principles and
keeping them in mind creates a smooth running of the research.
Berger, PT (2015). ‘Wholesome labour’: the work of reading. Imagining women readers, 1789-
1820, 55-89.
Ramsay, M. (2012). Jason Rubin. Gamers at Work, 297-313. doi:10.1007/978-1-4302-3352-
Kohlberg, L. (1996). The Moral Principle of Justice. Introducing Psychological Research, 235-
The Rules of the Code of Conduct. (2011). Accounting Ethics, 93-107.
Smith, C. J. (2012). Rules of conduct: plagiarism. Ethical Behaviour in the E-Classroom, 45-57.

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