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  1. Whose Ethics, Whose Accountability? A Debate About University Research Ethics Committees.Andreas Hoecht - 2011 - Ethics and Education 6 (3):253 - 266.
    Research ethics approval procedures and research ethics committees (RECs) are now well-established in most Western Universities. RECs base their judgements on an ethics code that has been developed by the health and biomedical sciences research community and that is widely considered to be universally valid regardless of discipline. On the other hand, a sizeable body of literature has emerged criticising the work of RECs, as, among other things, overly bureaucratic and unresponsive to the needs of disciplines outside the biomedical sciences. (...)
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