Having completed the course, the student should have
Students must provide two papers. One is a term paper on a topic chosen by the student in coordination with the lecturer (see below), the other is a final report which at least two other areas beyond those covered by the student in the term paper must be described concisely.
Evaluated by lecturer.
The whole subject must be repeated.
Students are required to prepare a term paper on one of the subject areas covered in the course in coordination with and approved by the lecturer and must provide a presentation of results and findings in a seminar. The delivery date for the term paper is arranged individually to match the seminar schedule.
Textbooks, monographs, and research articles including but not limited to:
D. Elliott, J. E. Stern:
Research Ethics: A Reader.
University Press of New England. Hanover, NH, USA (1997).
P. A. Griffiths (ed.):
On Being a Scientist: Responsible Conduct in Research.
National Academy Press, Washington D.C., USA (1995).
N. R. Romm:
Accountability in Social Research.
Kluwer Academic Press. New York, NY, USA (2001)
J. M. Ziman:
An Introduction to Science Studies: The Philosophical and Social Aspects of Science and Technology.
Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, UK (1984)
The course will be limited to 12 students except by arrangement with the lecturer.
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