American Anthropological Association – AAA Ethics Blog: Principles of Professional Responsibility

Bibliographic Information

Title

AAA Ethics Blog: Principles of Professional Responsibility

Organization

American Anthropological Association

Full Date(s) of Adoption and/or Amendment

Ammended 2012

Web Address (URL)

http://ethics.americananthro.org/category/statement/

Additional Information

Format

Web page/Blog

Scope

National

Region

US

Language

English

Notes

The 2012 AAA Code of Ethics is available via the AAA Ethics Blog, which aims to facilitate ongoing dialogue about ethical issues in anthropology. The seven Principles of Professional Responsibility in the AAA Statement on Ethics are: 1) Do No Harm; 2) Be Open and Honest Regarding Your Work; 3) Obtain Informed Consent and Necessary Permissions; 4) Weigh Competing Ethical Obligations Due Collaborators and Affected Parties; 5) Make Your Results Accessible; 6) Protest and Preserve Your Records; and 7) Maintain Respectful and Ethical Professional Relationships. Each principle also includes a page of discussion.

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