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NS4881: Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Homeland Security: framing the discourse

Syllabus — text. Anders Strindberg and David Brannan. Homeland security efforts in the United States constitute a project framed by the rule of law. Constitutional concerns, civil rights issues and the roles of the various disciplines engaged in the effort… Continue Reading →

Chalkboard Ethics

Lecture/presentation – video. David Brannan.

Morality, Terror, Ethics and Torture: Does HLS Know Right from Wrong?

Lecture/presentation — flash. David Brannan. This short lecture module is designed to initiate an ethical discussion on the use of torture – when is the use of torture permissible, to what extent and when (or should) the US intervene outside… Continue Reading →

Ethics in Research Involving Human Subjects: Informed Consent and Asessing Risk

Lecture/presentation — flash. Lauren Wollman. Module 3 of a 3 part series.  There is a consensus regarding the importance of informed consent. As mandated by the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), informed consent should protect human subjects and volunteers, ensure… Continue Reading →

Ethics in Research Involving Human Subjects: History and Ethical Principles

Lecture/presentation — flash. Lauren Wollman. Module 1 of a 3 part series.  This module focuses on the ethics for research involving human subjects. After viewing this module you will be able to discuss why ethics are necessary when conducting research involving… Continue Reading →

Ethics in Research Involving Human Subjects: Privacy/Confidentiality and Vulnerable Population

Lecture/presentation — flash. Lauren Wollman. Module 2 of a 3 part series.  The importance of protecting the privacy of research subjects and ensuring confidentiality of research data is widely acknowledged. Confidentiality procedures allow subjects to decide what measure of control over… Continue Reading →

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