Items tagged with "Federal Regulations"


publications  |   Protecting Participants of Social Science Research

Published: June 25, 2019
Social science research, rooted in the scientific method, is the foundation on which to advance knowledge and society. Part of research can include the participation of individuals, or “human subjects,” to help further the understanding of society and issues within society. International, federal, state, and local regulations ensure individuals are protected from harm while participating in research. Federally-funded individuals and agencies, including the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, adhere to these regulations. This article provides an overview of federal regulations for human subject research protections in social science.



articles  |   Protecting Participants of Social Science Research

Published: June 17, 2019
Social science research, rooted in the scientific method, is the foundation on which to advance knowledge and society. Part of research can include the participation of individuals, or “human subjects,” to help further the understanding of society and issues within society. International, federal, state, and local regulations ensure individuals are protected from harm while participating in research. The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority and other federally funded agencies and individuals adhere to these regulations. This article provides an overview of federal regulations for human subject research protections in social science.