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Do the goals acknowledge participants as having dignity and rights, along with important information to share? A researcher’s own role will also impact any ethical challenge; that is, in the action research paradigm, a researcher seeks to balance power with the participant who is considered more of a partner. Interviewing minors. Action research projects adhere to the same rigorous ethical standards and guidelines as more invasive forms of research (such as medical), especially when people (subjects/participants) under age eighteen are involved.