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Master of Science (MS)
Melanie M. Domenech Rodríguez
The purpose of this study was to examine how students perceive the most common methods of recruitment for research participation, and whether these recruitment strategies are perceived by the participants to be coercive. Ethical research guidelines prohibit the use of coercion in recruiting participants. Previous studies in this area have either focused on the perceptions of the researchers, or have approached the concept of coercion in a limited way. This study treated coercion as a multidimensional construct and examined student perceptions. Additionally, participant responses indicated which recruitment practices resulted in a decision to participate in the research. Findings indicate that some of the most common research recruitment methods are perceived by students to be coercive.
Midzinski, Azure L., "Students' Perceptions of Coercion in Research" (2010). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 583.
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