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Your parents, for example, hopefully taught you to believe that it is bad to hurt others intentionally. Consequently, you probably believe that assault, child abuse, theft, and murder are wrong because they harm others. Thus, the well-being of others is the central feature of all codes of conduct. Moral Principles Transcend Other Standards, Including Self-Interest Moral principles direct us to act without regard to our personal goals and interests. For example, during the 1960s, many people in the United States protested the segregation laws practiced in many states.
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Researchers cannot coerce or force people to participate and researchers must show that the people who participate in the study did so of their own free will. In addition, the participants must understand that they are free to withdraw from the study at any time and for any reason without penalty. It is generally good practice when conducting a study to address the following points when communicating with potential participants: 1. The purpose of the research, expected duration, and procedures.