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Code of ethics in research

The rules of scientific ethics protect the rights and interests of the respondents and researchers. In other words, a code of ethics is a set of laws and values that ensure that research is conducted in a lawful, safe, and ethical manner.  Social Research Center takes into account the following ethical principles in the research: 
•    Prevention of harm to the researcher and participants, management of risks that may occur during the research;
•    Providing the respondent with detailed information about the research and mutual consent;
•    Non-interference in the private life of the respondent;
•    Confidentiality of the respondent and no respondent's name in the report;
•    Immediate termination of the survey at the request of the respondent.