The Handbook of Ethical Research with Ethnocultural Populations and Communities / Edition 1

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Overview

The Handbook of Ethical Research With Ethnocultural Populations and Communities, edited by Joseph E. Trimble and Celia B. Fisher, addressES key questions in the first major work to focus specifically on ethical issues involving work with ethnocultural populations. Filling gaps and questions left unanswered by general rules of scientific conduct such as those embodied in federal regulations and professional codes, this Handbook will help guide ethical decision making for social and behavioral science research with multicultural groups for years to come.
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Editorial Reviews

Ana Mari Cauce

"A timely topic . . . [t]his might be an excellent book as a text for a graduate class. All APA-approved clinical and counseling programs have to teach a class on ethics and this would be a good reader, or supplementary reader, for such a class."

Donald B. Pope-Davis

In recent years, there has been much criticism in the literature about the development and quality of research in the area of the psychological study of ethnic minority issues. This criticism, whether real or imagined, has nevertheless influenced the kind of research that has emerged during the past few years. This Handbook, edited by Joseph Trimble and Celia Fisher, is, in my opinion, an outstanding response to this criticism. They have provided a book that clearly articulates an important ethical imperative: As the faces of America changes, so too must we as researchers transform our research designs to be more culturally inclusive. This Handbook pokes, prods, and pushes its reader to shift research paradigms, creating for some a dialectical tension that challenges preconceived notions of ethnic minority research. Imagine, as Trimble and Fisher point out, that 'soon the people of America will be better described as America's People of Color.' If such is the case, then those of us who choose to engage in this research must be prepared to acknowledge and understand that as scholars we must lead by example. This Handbook provides the reader with all of the tools to do so and must be taken seriously by all those who want to participate in the conversation.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761930433
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 8/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 400
  • Product dimensions: 7.02 (w) x 10.34 (h) x 1.09 (d)

Meet the Author

Joseph E. Trimble, PhD, is a Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Psychology at Western Washington University. He is a President’s Professor at the Center for Alaska Native Health Research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He has generated over 140 publications on multicultural topics in psychology including 20 books. He has received numerous excellence in teaching and research awards for his work in the field of multicultural psychology, including: the Janet E. Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship in Professional Psychology; the Distinguished Elder Award from the National Multicultural Conference and Summit; the Henry Tomes Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Psychology, the International Lifetime Achievement Award for Multicultural and Diversity Counseling awarded by the University of Toronto's Ontario Institute for Studies in Education; the 2013 Francis J, Bonner, MD Award from the Department of Psychiatry at Massachusetts General Hospital; and the 2013 Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award based in Winston-Salem, NC.

Celia B. Fisher, Ph.D., the Marie Ward Doty University Chair is a Professor of Psychology and Director of the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education. Dr. Fisher chaired the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Ethics Code Task Force responsible for developing the current APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct and served as Chair of the New York State Board for Psychology, Vice-Chair of the APA Insurance Trust and was a member of the APA Ethics Committee. She has provided national leadership in developing guidelines for graduate education in Applied Developmental Psychology ethical standards and federal guidelines for human subjects research through her service as Chair of National Conference on Graduate Education in Applied Developmental Science, the Environmental Protection Agency’s Human Studies Review Board and the DHHS Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Human Research Protections (SACHRP) and as member of the Ethics Working Group of the National Children’s Study, the NIMH Data Safety Monitoring Board and the Institute of Medicine Committee on Clinical Research Involving Children. Dr. Fisher is the founding co-editor of the journal Applied Developmental Science. She has over 100 publications and 9 books covering topics on the developmental correlates of racial/ethnic discrimination; child and parental attitudes toward privacy and research ethics; the ability of children, adults with mental retardation and other vulnerable populations to consent to treatment and research, community perspectives on HIV and drug use prevention research ethics and guidelines for mental health research involving ethnic minority children and youth. Dr. Fisher’s research and the graduate and post-graduate ethics training programs she administers through the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education have received support from the National Science Foundation, the National Institute for Child Health and Human Development, the National Institute for Mental Health, the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, the Department of Education, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, the National Center for Research Resources, and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Preface - Richard Suinn
Introduction: Our Shared Journey: Lessons from the Past to Protect the Future - Joseph E. Trimble and Celia B. Fisher
PART I. FOUNDATIONS OF ETHNOCULTURAL RESEARCH AND RESEARCH ETHICS
1. A Goodness-of-Fit Ethic for Multicultural Research - Celia B. Fisher and Kathleen Ragsdale
2. Scientist-Community Collaborations: A Dynamic Tension Between Rights and Responsibilities - John Fantuzzo, Christine McWayne, and Stephanie Childs
3. First, Do No Harm: Culturally Centered Measurement for Early Intervention - Nancy Busch-Rossnagel
PART II. RESEARCH ETHICS CHALLENGES INVOLVING DIVERSE ETHNOCULTURAL GROUPS
4. Addressing Health Disparities Through Relational Ethics: An Approach to Increasing African American Participation in Biomedical and Health Research - Scyatta A. Wallace
5. In Their Own Voices: American Indian Decisions to Participate in Health Research - Tim D. Noe, Spero M. Manson, Calvin Croy, Helen McGough, Jeffrey A. Henderson, and Dedra S. Buchwald
6. “I Wonder, Why Would You Do It That Way?" Ethical Dilemmas in Doing Participatory Research With Alaska Native Communities - Gerald V. Mohatt and Lisa Thomas
7. Ethical Conduct of Research With Asian and Pacific Islander American Populations - Jean Lau Chin, Jeffery Scott Mio, and Gayle Y. Iwamasa
8. Ethical Community-Based Research With Hispanic or Latina(o) Populations: Balancing Research Rigor and Cultural Responsiveness - Felipe Gonzalez Castro, Rebeca Rios, and Harry Montoya
9. Ethical Issues in Research With Immigrants and Refugees - Dina Birman
PART III. SOCIALLY SENSITIVE RESEARCH INVOLVING ETHNOCULTURAL FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES
10. Ethical Research With Ethnic Minorities in the Child Welfare System - Katherine Ann Gilda Elliott and Anthony Urquiza
11. With All Due Respect: Ethical Issues in the Study of Vulnerable Adolescents - Ana Marie Cauce and Richard H. Nobles
12. Ethical Research Dilemmas With Minority Elders - Susan Krauss Whitbourne, Joshua R. Bringle, Barbara W. K. Yee, David Chiriboga, and Keith Whitfield
13. Changing Models of Research Ethics in Prevention Research Within Ethnic Communities - Fred Beauvais
14. Ethnographic Research on Drugs and HIV/AIDS in Ethnocultural Communities - Merrill Singer and Delia Easton
PART IV. THE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF INDIVIDUALS, COMMUNITIES, AND INSTITUTIONS
15. Safeguarding Sacred Lives: The Ethical Use of Archival Data for the Study of Diverse Lives - Copeland H. Young and Monica Brooker
16. Ethical Issues When White Researchers Study ALANA and Immigrant People and Communities - Janet E. Helms, Kevin T. Henze, Jackquelyn Mascher, and Anmol Satiani
17. Coda: The Virtuous and Responsible Researcher in Another Culture - Joseph E. Trimble and Gerald V. Mohatt
Name Index
Subject Index
About the Editors
About the Contributors
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