In this context, respect means having proper regard for the feelings, wishes or rights of another person, group or institution. It is the acknowledgement of Dignity and incorporated in the notion of Due Process. Respect does not commit a researcher or research user to shaping their work precisely in accord with the feelings, wishes or rights of another party: several parties may be involved with different feelings, wishes or rights. It does, however, oblige researchers or research users to take equally serious account of each party and to have clear reasons for departing from their expressions of feelings, wishes or rights.