Novamind Research undertakes to comply with the following ethical principles.
1. Making Fair Deals with Participants
a. Participants if they do not want the offer to participate in the research, they have the right to refuse they need to understand. Participation is always on a voluntary basis. Withdrawal or withdrawal from the research at any stage of the research They should know that they have the right not to participate at all.
b. The respondent must maintain confidentiality. Participants’ identities without permission should not be disclosed anywhere.
c. Respondents should be treated professionally. A property of respondents In cases where they are asked to use a product or service, researchers guarantee service reliability, compliance with laws, regulations and use
d. Respondents were assured of their firm by the researchers. To obtain dishonest information should not be given. Researchers’ firms keep every promise they make to respondents to ensure
e. A number of studies will be conducted on non-adults (under 18 years of age). special conditions must be fulfilled.
2. Making Fair Deals with Customers or Subcontractors
a. All information obtained from customers must be kept confidential.
b. Each stage of the research process is in accordance with the agreement with the client. must be executed.
c. Customer identity should not be decrypted without permission.
d. Secondary studies should not be presented to the client as if they were primary research.
e. Research results belong to the customer only and should not be shared with other customers.
f. Information for more than one client at a time without researchers’ permission should not collect.
g. ongoing to help clients assure the reliability of the research. opportunity to follow the work should be provided.
h. From subcontractors to professional codes, laws and regulations They should not request any inappropriate activity.
3. Maintaining Research Integrity
a. Data should never be changed.
b. Research results should be reported accurately and honestly.
c. The researchers explained the sampling method and the effect of this method on the sample mass. should not misrepresent its effect.
4. Community Considerations
a. Research published to inform the public ensures transparency. It should contain the information to be received (example: data collection method, sampling Description of the framework, sampling method, still margin if possible).
b. Researchers must not abuse the public’s trust in research (example: under the name of research in order to influence the opinions of individuals not making organized political movements)
c. Research activity of researchers to gain the cooperation of participants one of the ways to investigate an activity that is not (example: sales effort, fundraising)