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DiscussionResponse: Action Process

DiscussionResponse: Action Process

Thepost made by group 4 addresses the action process that will befollowed when conducting the research. One of the key issuesaddressed in the post is the treatment of human subjects in ascientific research. I agree with the group on the fact thatresearchers need to obtain consent from the subjects. It isrecommended that researchers who use human subjects to collect datashould obtain an informed consent from participants (Nijhawan,Jonadia, Muddukrishna, Bhat, Udupa &amp Musmade, 2013). The purposeof this consent is to ensure that participants understand thebenefits, risks, and their rights during the research process.

Inaddition, I agree with the group on the need to ensure that theactual names of participants are not mentioned in the study. Thepurpose of this decision is to protect the privacy as well as theconfidentiality of the subjects (Nijhawan etal.,2013). This ensures that the rights of participants are guaranteedand protected from the start to the end of the study.

Moreover,the group intends to assess the validity and the reliability of thestudy. The purpose of testing the reliability of the instruments usedin the study is to ensure that they have the capacity to help thescholars to collect credible data that will enable them to achievethe objectives of their research (Zohrabi, 2013). This processensures that the findings of the study are reliable and can be usedto make conclusions.

Towardsthe end of the post, the group acknowledges the fact that their studyhas some limitations. I agree with the group because acknowledgingthe weaknesses and limitations of the study informs the futureresearchers about the gaps that they need to fill (Zohrabi, 2013).

Inconclusion, the post made by group 4 outlines the action process in aclear manner. The action process complies with the requirements of ascientific study.


Nijhawan,P., Jonadia, D., Muddukrishna, B., Bhat, K., Udupa, K. &amp Musmade,B. (2013). Informed consent: Issues and challenges. Journalof Advanced Pharmaceutical Technology and Research,4 (3), 134-140.

Zohrabi,M. (2013). Mixed method research: Instruments, validity, reliability,and reporting findings. Theoryand Practice in Language Studies,3 (2), 254-262.