Discussion: Population of Tuskegee & Alabama

Discussion: Population of Tuskegee & Alabama

Discussion: Population of Tuskegee & Alabama

Discuss how the Tuskegee Study started out and the intent of the research (3 points).

o Cite additional source(s) and include on reference page in APA (1 point)

· What was unique about the population of Tuskegee, Alabama, as it relates to this study? (2 points)

· Why do you believe Dr. Douglas chose Dr. Brodus and Miss Evers to participate in this study? (2 points)

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· Describe at least three distinct approaches Miss Evers used to convince the men of Tuskegee to participate in the study? (3 points)

· For each activity by Miss Evers – identify if you feel the activity constituted use of coercion, power (implicit or explicit), advocacy, or a mixture of these and explain why? (6 points)

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· In what ways did the United States government use power to influence and propel this study to continue for several decades? (2 points)

· In what ways did roles (e.g. physician, nurse), race, economics, education, or other factors contribute to this study continuing and to Miss Evers staying with the study? (6 points)

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· How do you feel about Miss Evers participation in the Tuskegee Study? (2 points)

· What would you have done the same or differently? (3 points)

· Why? (3 points)

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· Locate another research study that violated ethical standards.

o Describe the study itself (3 points).

o Which ethical standards did it violate and how? (4 points)

o Cite additional source(s) and include on reference page in APA (1 point)

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· Compare and contrast the ethical violations of the study you describe and the Tuskegee Study. In what specific ways are they similar or different?) (4 points)

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· Describe specific research ethics, laws or practices (names, descriptions of protections) that exist now to prevent the issues that arose from the Tuskegee Study and other unethical studies. (4 points)

o Cite additional source(s) and include on reference page in APA (1 point)

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· Paper format (correct APA 7th ed.): font (½ pt), margins/double-spacing (½ pt), page numbers (½ pt), cover page & reference page formats (½ pt)

· Correct spelling and grammar (4 points)

· Citations & References (correct APA 7th ed – graded in sections above with these criteria): all references are cited in paper; each reference includes all required elements (author, year, title, journal name, volume, issue if available, page number or electronic locator, URL/doi

· Turnitin score reflective of original thought (4 points)

 

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