Ethical Standards for the Journal of Teaching in Physical Education

O'Sullivan, Mary; Faucette, Nell
July 1996
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1996, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p395
Academic Journal
This article presents ethical standards for the "Journal of Teaching in Physical Education." The Journal insists that its authors respect the rights, privacy, dignity and sensitivities of their research populations. The use of research techniques that could have negative educational or social consequences should be carefully considered and minimized.


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