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4: Discuss three reasons why the following study is unethical. Use specific inf
4: Discuss three reasons why the following study is unethical. Use specific information from the Khan and Sharp's (2021): "Research Methods" to answer this question. Answer in 6-9 sentences. (10 points) Dr. Jones is a professor who teaches the only Sociology 101 course at Randolph University (RU). She creates a survey about drug use and gives it to all of her students as an assignment. She tells them that the survey is mandatory, but that she will protect their identities. She publishes the findings in an article without getting IRB approval. Although she keeps students’ names confidential, she states in her article that the data comes from students in the Sociology 101 course at RU. Other RU professors who have these students in their classes read the article and are angry with them. These professors, who oppose drug use, punish these students by giving them extra work to do and grading their work harshly. 5: Scenario: At one point, researchers found that children who listened to classical music (such as Mozart) while they were very young later performed better in school. Public officials became very excited about this finding, and some states set aside funds to buy children classical music CDs, arguing that it would make children smarter. However, researchers later found that listening to classical music didn’t make kids do better in school. However, kids from wealthy families were more likely to hear classical music at home (since people with higher incomes listen to more classical music), and kids from wealthy families are also more likely to do well in school. The scenario above illustrates which key term from Khan and Sharp's (2021) “Research Methods.” Key terms are listed on pages 6, 11, 20, 24, and 25. 5A: Just list the key term (5 points): 5B: Explain why you chose this key term (5 points). Answer in 2-3 sentences: 5C: What did the researchers originally think the independent variable was? (5 points): Just list the answer: 5D: What did the researchers originally think the dependent variable was? (5 points): Just list the answer: 5E: What actually turned out to be the independent variable?: Just list the answer (10 points):

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