It feels different to address your narrative to your vulnerable subject
. It's a good reality check, which may cause one to change one's tone or even one's content.
This vulnerable subject
, it is posited, should be regarded as the true subject of law and placed at the center of state and institutional programs whose role is to foster resilience across the life-span.
" and that death "entails maximum
Love situated women in vulnerable subject
positions as love's meaning was invariably determined by patriarchy.
I believe that someone who is a loving subject is always a vulnerable subject
; because you cannot be in love without taking the risk that you will not get love in return.
However, strict adherence to this practice can create significant ethical concerns when a researcher observes a vulnerable subject
such as a child at risk for harm.
Neeson said: "It's a vulnerable subject
to go into because it's personal.
However, strict adherence to this practice could create significant ethical concerns, particularly when a vulnerable subject
such as a child is at risk for harm.
"Our over-riding concern is for the future health of what is already classified a strategic and vulnerable subject
The landmark examples were the Willowbrook State School hepatitis vaccine research on institutionalized children; the Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital cancer research, involving the injection of cancer cells into elderly nursing home residents; and the so-called Tuskegee Syphilis Study, which had been under way for decades but was exposed to an appalled nation in 1972. Those examples contributed to a sense that human subjects research in the United States permitted scandalous practices--inadequate attempts to inform subjects about research and obtain their consent, exploitive recruitment strategies, the use of vulnerable subject
populations, and a willingness to expose subjects to significant risk without any potential for direct medical benefit.