The formalisation of research ethics

Boon, A. 2005. The formalisation of research ethics. in: Banakar, R. and Travers, M. (ed.) Theory and method in socio-legal research Oxford, UK Hart. pp. 301-326

Chapter titleThe formalisation of research ethics
AuthorsBoon, A.
EditorsBanakar, R. and Travers, M.
Book titleTheory and method in socio-legal research
Page range301-326
Year2005
PublisherHart
Publication dates
Published2005
Place of publicationOxford, UK
ISBN1841136263

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