This essay will discuss these issues because they are the most problematic when researching victims of such sensitive topics such as domestic violence, yet these issues are unavoidable when trying to get to investigate the hidden population. Researching the sensitive population poses many ethical concerns for researchers, yet it is important to undertake such research to illuminate the darker corners of society (Lee, 1993: p2). The most problematic concern is that of gaining access to the sensitive population. Hoyle outlines that gaining access to such data is not as simple as we deem, but rather an on-going process which may last the whole duration of the research (Hoyle, 2000: p395). However gaining access to a sensitive population can create many ethical dilemmas such as consent and right to privacy.
For example, rigorous and replicable methods should be aspired to, thus allowing for others to repeat the research in order to scrutinise it. If the research cannot be reproduced to generate similar results, it is unlikely to be accepted within the wider scientific community. Also, social scien... ... middle of paper ... ... of domestic violence in society meant that statistics were unlikely to reflect true levels of domestic violence. Most social scientists will accept that good social research requires a balance of both objective and subjective knowledge. While objectivity is their elusive goal, sometimes hard facts and statistics alone provide an inadequate and limited view of social behaviour.
Tenure is a contract that ensures teachers a job after a certain amount of time working for a school. It makes it close to impossible to fire the tenure teachers. The question of whether tenure is coherent has been persistently debated by many in the education system. Tenure is unethical and action should be taken to improve it. Tenure should be reformed because teachers on tenure who are incompetent are protected, the process of firing teachers on tenure is unnecessarily strenuous, and students are not benefited.
(Deem, 2004). Since 2001 t... ... middle of paper ... ... conditions such as heart problems, brain injuries, Alzheimer’s and much more. Yet, there is a huge controversy over why this type of study is being done. (Morales, 2009). There is increasing political pressure in regards to the topic of genetic engineering because of the impact it can have on major political and national decisions.
This would give the teacher the experience needed to be qualified to perform their duties as well as gain a perspective on how to deal with children. One of the major issues regarding teachers is their lack of experience in the field. By doing this it would reduce the turnovers of teachers in public schools as well as make an evaluation of the teache... ... middle of paper ... ...ome encouraged and thus become more motivated to learn. In addition to reducing outsourcing for information that the school system already posses in qualified staff members. • 2nd.
3.2.3 Regional factors and local barriers affecting human security There are some societies that keep up with scientific and technological process, and some others that remained undeveloped. This is a question that has been raised by many Arab intellectuals. Some thinkers argue that the Arab world has been a victim of imperialism, exploitation and foreign domination. Both external and internal factors need to be taken into consideration, but it is not simple to review them all here. Discussion will be limited to three factors considered to have a decisive impact on human security: natural factors such as endowment in natural resources and geographical location, patterns of conflict and cooperation in the region, and prevailing concepts of political culture.
Firstly, to create job programs for them, but this solution is not much effective due to many reasons as they are not going to spend their time as normal child. In addition, they may give them low salaries and they may be ill-treated by exposing them to horrible conditions. The second solution is to apply firm laws by the government against criminals who abuse those kids, but still, even this solution is not successful as the government will not be precise about the exact number of the abusers. Moreover, the government may be negatively influenced by the problem as they may not do their duty against national security which many much more vital for others. The best solution to the issue is to create education and health programs as it would make them happier this is because they are going to feel that they are going to have a delight future
This is caused from not choosing partnerships who are familiar with the strict government levels of accountability and the philosophies that guide HBI in their decision making process. I recommend they reconsider the partnership that have been established with the organizations that do not have their same values. This will be difficult at first because you may lose many of the connections that you worked so hard to make, but it is important to work with people who share our ideals. Also, they may see a loss in numbers of youth served because they have fewer organizations to account
These are major issues outside our country, but we have so far also turned a blind eye to the issue within our educational system, which relies on an infected and misleading grade point average evaluation. Some countries fight against a financial reality or gender discrimination that denies students from attending educational institutions. However, we are not in a better position due to students not being able to grasp institutions with good grading system. Therefore, after students graduate there is nothing but disappointment. This problem arose because educational institutions are now trying to meet government regulations that may actually hinder real progress over the education system.
Though these tests were made to evaluate a students rough estimation of skill, they were not made to evaluate their entire education. Teachers should not be completely held accountable for test scores either. These scores hold too much power over schools and educators. Failure on a standardized test should mean “improvement needed”, not “you should just give up!”. These tests create anxiety caused by the consequences surrounding them.