presentation by Laurent Elder
On Gender Analysis
SiRC is committed to meet the international standards in order to protect human subjects involved in research projects as well as to support the researchers in ensuring that ethical procedures are followed. SiRC will provide support for ethical review on research proposals involving human research participants. Note that many scientific journals require prior evidence of ethical procedures. While SiRC is not an internal review board (IRB), it will help Principal Investigators learn about such ethical procedures. NTU provides the following list of vulnerable populations (http://research.ntu.edu.sg/GuidelinesnForms/Pages/default.aspx). Also the presentation by John Traxler on ethics is available here to help you refresh your memory from the workshop in Atlanta, March 2012.
The PI is responsible for ensuring that all research subjects give informed consent before enrolling into the research.
On Theories by Dr. Alexander Flor
On Qualitative Methods by Dr. Czarina Saloma-Akpedonu
On Quantitative Methods by Dr. Rahul De
On Literature in Education Research by John Traxler
On Domain Expectation Theory by Dr. Alexander Flor