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  1. Negotiating access to research sites and participants within an African context: The case of Cameroon.Joyce Afuh Vuban & Elizabeth Agbor Eta - 2018 - Research Ethics 15 (1):1-23.
    This article argues that localizing access – a general ethical principle – is a workable strategy that can be used in approaching participants in qualitative research across disciplines and in coping with respective institutional practices in order to collect meaningful data. This article is based on the autobiographical, lived experiences of the authors during the period of their data collection in Cameroon in 2013 and 2015, by the second and first author, respectively. Therefore, generalization across a broader context is somewhat (...)
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  • Ethical codes in the Arab region: comparisons and differences.B. Khoury & L. Akoury-Dirani - 2023 - Ethics and Behavior 33 (3):193-204.
    Within the professional practice of psychology the code of ethics characterizes what is morally right or wrong, by means of a set of principles, values, and standards of conduct. While there are numerous international mental health organizations that incorporate ethical guidelines such as the APA and EFPA; these codes still fall short in providing guidelines for psychologists working in non-western cultures, especially when there are no universally adopted and valid cross-cultural ethics codes. This paper explores various challenges psychologists in the (...)
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