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|Syrus, Publilius I often regret that I have spoken; never that I have been silent. - |
Syrus, Publilius I have been breaking silence these twenty-three years and have
hardly made a rent in it. ... Twain, Mark Those that are silent profess consent.
Róisín Ryan-Flood, Rosalind Gill - 2013 - 336 pages
|Prime amongst these was treating people with respect and dignity, informing |
them of the research questions and gaining their consent, and using material
gleaned from them in a non-exploitative manner (e.g. Oakley 1979). Many
|... informed consent; (3) couple and family relationships; (4) providing mental |
health services to those served by others; (5) sexual ... A responsible
psychotherapist will seek professional consultation in order to obtain information
about his own ...
|Dr. Ransom is abducted to the eerie red planet, Malacandra, where his escape and flight endanger both his life and his chances of ever returing to Earth|
|Each professional field has its own guidelines, and it is essential that researchers |
follow these guidelines. Any intervention that can ... For instance, when I did my
case studies, I asked the teachers involved to sign a consent form. Among other ...
|These requirements would then be the requirements that must be satisfied for |
any consent to be valid. ... Typically proposed in informed consent contexts is that
a professional do something, or refrain from doing something, that directly and
personally affects a ... 1, 15 and Jay Katz, The Silent World of Doctor and Patient (
New York: The Free Press, 1984), 87 and "The Regulation of Human Research ...
|364 PART 3 / exCePTIOnS TO The SeARCh WARRAnT ReqUIRemenT |
Revocation of Consent The person giving consent to search ... to return them to
his car, defendant most certainly manifested a subjective expectation of privacy
with respect to those inside bags. ... West stands for the principle that revocation
of consent will not be inferred from mere silence: [T]he question on which the
lawfulness of ...
|Silence Speaks strives to employ consent procedures that allow storytellers to |
withdraw their consent at any stage of project implementation. We are
transparent within these procedures about the fact that various methods of
distribution maybe impossible to control (e.g., web ... Professional facilitation
includes, but is not limited to, a facilitator: being well versed on the issues raised
within a story; ...
|altogether silent on the matter of the prudential principle while emphasizing the |
right to self-governance of those targeted ... Prior Informed Consent Recognition
of autonomy is reflected today in the widespread requirement that professionals ...
Jay Katz - 2002 - 263 pages
|41 In 1976, the Supreme Court of Georgia went further and held that "the '|
informed consent doctrine' is not a viable principle of law in this state. ... including
those who had embraced the "informed consent" doctrine: "The writer has more
confidence in the standards of the professional ... was sufficient.47 Other states
abandoned both the professional and the patient standards of disclosure