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Measuring lay perceptions of research ethics: how does the public feel about the use of administrative data?

Study ID sspp-2022-0039-v1

General Details

Project Lay perceptions of research ethics
Study ID sspp-2022-0039-v1
Study Title Measuring lay perceptions of research ethics: how does the public feel about the use of administrative data?
Authors Yamil Velez, Diana Da In Lee
Completion Time 15 Minutes
Close Date Nov. 30, 2022
Discipline Political Science
Field American Politics, Political Behavior
Country United States, Online (limited countries)
Abstract
This study seeks to understand public perceptions of academic research that involves predictions of individual race and ethnicity. We conduct a factorial survey experiment varying a number of research design features and examine respondents’ opinions toward different designs. By doing so, we hope to provide useful guides for scholars leveraging administrative data to understand the causes and consequences of racial and ethnic inequality.




Citation
Velez, Yamil, and Diana Da In Lee. 2022. "Measuring lay perceptions of research ethics: how does the public feel about the use of administrative data?." Social Science Prediction Platform. October 7. https://socialscienceprediction.org/s/0x6xxz