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Ethical considerations for therapeutic recreation research: a call for guidelines


, : Ethical considerations for therapeutic recreation research: a call for guidelines. Research in therapeutic recreation: concepts and methods: 97-125

This chapter discusses the question of moral values and ethics in research, particularly as it relates to the discipline of therapeutic recreation. The main objective is to provide information concerning the difference in moral values that individuals hold. Borrowing heavily from the American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles (1990), several ethical concerns in research are presented for discussion.

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