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Wanted: Consistency in Social and Behavioral Science Institutional Review Board Practices


by Jim Vander Putten - September 14, 2009

Why do some social and behavioral science IRBs require researchers at other institutions to obtain local IRB approval for low-risk data collected in person, but not for low-risk data collected over the internet?


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 14, 2009
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15767, Date Accessed: 2/17/2020 10:35:04 PM

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  • Jim Vander Putten
    University of Arkansas-Little Rock
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    JIM VANDER PUTTEN is an Associate Professor of Higher Education at the University of Arkansas-Little Rock, and coordinates the Faculty Leadership concentration in the University of Arkansas-Little Rock (UALR) doctoral program in Higher Education. He served as Chair of the UALR Institutional Review Board between 2000-2006. His research agenda focuses on qualitative data analysis, faculty social origins, and the organizational culture and climate for research integrity.
 
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