Ethical Standards Summary/ Research Proposal

***These are two separate assignments.***1.) Write a 500- to 750-word summary of the ethical issues that affect your selected research question and methodology, including the following:Write a brief statement of the research question.List the possible ethical issues, such as consideration of characteristics of your sample, type of data collection, potential for bias, and so forth.Identify and cite the APA ethical standard concerning the issue.Respond to each issue, specifying how you, the researcher, will minimize or eliminate it.Format your summary consistent with APA guidelines.Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. 2.) Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word research proposal including the following:Introduction, including purpose and importance of your topicLiterature review based on the Annotated Bibliography assignmentResearch questions and hypothesisMethods: sample, procedure, and analysisEthical considerationsDiscussion: expected results, conclusions, and limitationsReferencesFormat your research proposal consistent with APA guidelines.Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignmentResearch Question: Does bullying have long term effects on the bully, and the victims of bullying.Hypothesis: Bullying does have long term effects on the bully, and the victim of bullying.Annotated Bibliography is attached.
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Annotated Bibliography
Annotated Bibliography
Brandon Soileau
Psych 665/ Integrative Capstone:
Psychology Past and Present
1-13-2018
Professor: Teresa Neal
Annotated Bibliography
Annotated Bibliography
Teasley, M. L., & Nevarez, L. (2016). Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention for Elementary
School Bullying: The Need for Social Responsibility. Children & Schools, 38(2), 67-69.
doi:10.1093/cs/cdw011
The author of this work reflects not only on the causes of bullying, attributing that
bullying may stem from certain cognitive malfunction, but also examines the
possible affects of bullying from childhood to adulthood, citing that future stress,
social maladjustment, and abusive relationships could stem from past abuse.
Wang, C., Wang, W., Zheng, L., & Atwal, K. (2016). Bullying Prevention as a Social Justice
Issue: Implications with Asian American Elementary School Students. School Psychology
Forum, 10(3), 251-264.
In this article, a local elementary school population in Southern California is
studied for the potential causes for bullying. In specific, the Asian population of
the highly-diverse population was studied, and it was found that this population
was not bullied any more than any other diverse group, but the causes for the
bullying against this population was due to discriminatory factors such as the
groups lack of desire to participate in sporting events, or how the group stood out
in academics.
Annotated Bibliography
Gant Bradley, H. (2014, May 1). Teachers Creating Safe School Environments: Prevention of
Elementary Student-to-Student Bullying. Online Submission,
This article discusses the awareness of bullying in local public schools, and how
in previous times, teachers were either too afraid, or did not know how to
effectively address the issue of bullying in their classrooms. This article also
examines several strategies on how to combat the epidemic of bullying.
Midgett, A., & Doumas, D. M. (2016). Training Elementary School Students to Intervene as
Peer-Advocates to Stop Bullying at School: A Pilot Study. Journal Of Creativity In Mental
Health, 11(3-4), 353-365. doi:10.1080/15401383.2016.1164645
This study introduced a pilot program, in which students from a public elementary
school are trained in bully awareness. In the awareness training, students observe
a 75-minute video on what bullying is and looks like, and then serve as student
peers and advocates for those who are being victimized.

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