Table of contents for Research with high-risk populations : balancing science, ethics, and law / edited by David Buchanan, Celia B. Fisher, and Lance Gable.

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Table of Contents
Introduction by David Buchanan, Celia Fisher, and Lance Gable
Part I: Historical, Theoretical, and Legal Perspectives
Chap. 1: Goodness-of-Fit Ethics for Non-Intervention Research Involving Dangerous and Illegal Behaviors by Celia B. Fisher and Sabrina J. Goodman
Chap. 2: Legal Challenges Raised by Research conducted under High-Risk Circumstances by Lance Gable
Part II: Conducting Research Ethically
Chap. 3: Telephone Surveys of Traumatic Experiences and Other Sensitive Topics by Jennifer J. Cercone, Carla Kmett Danielson, Kenneth J. Ruggiero, and Dean G. Kilpatrick
Chap. 4: Longitudinal Research in School Bullying: Adolescents Who Bully and Who Are Bullied by Lang Ma, Erin Phelps, Jacqueline V. Lerner, and Richard M. Lerner
Chap. 5: Suicide in a Natural History Study: Lessons and Insights Learned from a Follow-up of Vietnam Veterans at Risk for Suicide by Rumi Kato Price, Li-Shiun Chen, Nathan K. Risk, Ashley Hughes Haden, Gregory A. Widner
Chap. 6: Using Public Data: Illustrations from Domestic Violence Research by Catherine Cerulli and Chris Thomas
Part III: Responding to Threats of Violence
Chap. 7: Ethical dilemmas in conducting field research with injection drug users by David Buchanan
Chap. 8: Ethical and legal issues in conducting treatment research with potentially violent individuals by Barry Rosenfeld and Debbie Green
Chap. 9: Do Drug Abuse Researchers Have a ¿Duty to Protect¿ Third Parties From HIV Transmission? Moral Perspectives of Street Drug Users by Celia B. Fisher, Matthew Oransky, Meena Mahadevan, Merrill Singer, Greg Mirhej, and G. Derrick Hodge
Chap. 10: Ethical and Legal Dilemmas in Ethnographic Field Research: Three Case Studies of Distressed Inner-City Families by Eloise Dunlap, Bruce D. Johnson and Doris Randolph
Part IV: Concluding Thoughts
Chap. 11: Best Practices for Responding to Threats of Violence in Research Ethically and Legally by David Buchanan, Celia Fisher, and Lance Gable 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychology -- Research -- Moral and ethical aspects.