Books tagged: research ethics

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The Trial of Frankenstein
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 63,860. Language: English. Published: June 2, 2010. Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
The reader sits in the jury box and is asked to examine the question: Should there be limits to scientific inquiry? Whether it is cloning, genetic research or crossing species to create new life, who decides whether we should go down this path? In a modern context, the author puts Shelly's Frankenstein on trial. But this is also a trial of Science itself.
Growing Up Sam
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 3,860. Language: English. Published: June 15, 2011 by Olo Books. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Hi. I Sam. I half bonobo, half human. That make people want to kill me. I not care. I play in my steel room. But then something go very wrong. Honorable Mention, The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Second Annual Collection "affecting"-- SF Site "strong...In tone the story resembles Flowers for Algernon.... Yuan-Innes pulls off quite a difficult balancing act." --Challenging Destiny
The Listen Lady
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Price: $7.95 USD. Words: 43,240. Language: English. Published: November 30, 2011. Category: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Marketing
Research should be fun and interesting, not boring and over-complicated. The Listen Lady combines the best of storytelling and market research education to outline the processes, advantages, and disadvantages of social media listening research. Written for brand managers, marketing practitioners, and researchers, practical examples make the technique easily accessible to everyone.
Lablife II: Faith in Science
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Series: Lablife, Book 2. Price: Free! Words: 17,070. Language: English. Published: June 24, 2013. Category: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
Kat learns a little about herself, a lot more about her coworkers, and gets a crash course education in voltage-gated potassium channels. The take home message: faith in science is important but politics in science is useless.