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    Catherine Bond,Marie Smyth
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This book examines the role of participants in research and how research ethics can be put into practice. Specifically, It: discusses the ethical regulations and guidance governing researchers in different disciplines;analyses case studies of innovative research projects where ethics have been central to the researcher-subject relationship;assesses the impact of ethics on research methods and approaches;provides useful comparisons of research conducted by professionals and service-users;offers a unique insight into research participants' perspectives, which are so often absent in discussions of research ethics.·[vbTab]This book is essential reading for researchers who are concerned about the ethical quality of their interactions with their subjects, research funders and those engaged in research governance.