When research conducted by members of the Phoenix Seminary community involves human subjects, the paramount responsibility of those members is to the human subjects they study. When there is a conflict of interest, these subjects always come first. It is essential that the rights, interests, and sensitivities of those being studied be safeguarded. Among other things, research subjects have the right to remain anonymous; the right to understand the nature, purpose, and intended use of the research; the right to understand the possible consequences of the research; and the right, if any, to fair compensation for their services. (Adapted from The Statements on Ethics of the American Anthropological Association)
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