The course is an introductory course in research ethics and good research practice. Ethical reasoning has a general character but has different meaning and has different implications depending on the character of the research. The course deals with general issues within research ethics, where both norms in science and fundamental ethical perspectives are discussed. Based on this general orientation, the course deals with external and internal research ethics, that is, the role of research in society and its responsibility towards those who are affected by the research’s implementation and results. The course participants are trained to identify and handle research ethical issues in others as well as in their own research.
To gain access to the course and complete the examinations included in the course, the applicant must be admitted to a doctoral programme within the faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Örebro University.
The course will be given Autumn semester 2024 next time.
Course dates: Approximately 5 sesssion.
Study rate: Part-time
Number of participants: 15
Language of instruction: English
Teachers: Prof. Rolf Lidskog, Prof. Ann Quennerstedt, Prof. Jonas Persson
Application to the course
Application will open before the summer 2024.