Choose either the Monopoly Game example or the Crosswalk example from TED. (2013, October). Paul Piff: Does money make you mean? [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.ted.com/talks/paul_piff_does_

Read RCCIT. (2017). Section 12: Research ethics board. In Bachelor of interior design – BID student handbook. Choose one of the following research proposals, and discuss what the ethical implications of each might be, in terms of conducting research, by referring to this document and to your readings. 

  1. Choose either the Monopoly Game example or the Crosswalk example from TED. (2013, October). Paul Piff: Does money make you mean? [Video file]. Retrieved from  https://www.ted.com/talks/paul_piff_does_money_make_you_mean#t-27010
  2. You are proposing research to observe a public park where people frequently walk their dogs to determine the characteristics of those people who stoop-and-scoop and those people who do not.
  3. You are creating a survey for your classmates to try to determine attitudes towards unprotected sexual behaviours.

Present your findings as an academic paper of 1,400 words (+/- 50 words) not counting the words of the title page or references. Your paper should follow APA formatting (headers, page numbers, referencing, etc.) and include references.