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[ 학위논문 ] Research ethics guidelines and moral obligations to developing countries: Capacity‐building and benefits.
|논문명(영문)||Research ethics guidelines and moral obligations to developing countries: Capacity‐building and benefits.|
|저자||Macpherson, Cheryl C.|
|발행기관||Bioethics (BIOETHICS), Mar2019; 33(3): 389-395. (7p)|
|초록||This article outlines challenges to benefitting developing countries that are hosts of international research. In the context of existing guidance and frameworks for benefit‐sharing, it aims to provoke dialog about socioeconomic factors and other background conditions that influence what constitute benefits in a given host setting, and about the proportionality between benefits to hosts and benefits to sponsors and researchers. It argues that capacity‐building for critical thinking and negotiation in many developing country governments, institutions, and communities is a benefit because it can help to overcome background conditions that impinge on equitable international research negotiations, partnerships, and benefits. Enhancing the capacity for both critical thinking and negotiation can, like other targets of capacity‐building, nurture respectful and trusting partnerships that benefit all stakeholders in international research.|