9780814208151

Perspectives on Scholarly Misconduct in the Sciences

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  • ISBN13:

    9780814208151

  • ISBN10:

    0814208150

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-06-01
  • Publisher: Ohio State Univ Pr
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Exercising Responsibility for Scholarly Misconduct 1(10)
John M. Braxton
PART I Historical Overviews
A Foundation of Trust: Scientific Misconduct, Congressional Oversight, and the Regulatory Response
11(31)
Marcel C. LaFollette
From Denial to Action: Academic and Scientific Societies Grapple with Misconduct
42(33)
David Johnson
Research Universities and Scientific Misconduct: History, Policies, and the Future
75(24)
Nicholas H. Steneck
PART II Theoretical Perspectives
A Social Control Perspective on Scientific Misconduct
99(17)
Edward J. Hackett
Universities and the Regulation of Scientific Morals
116(23)
Stephen Turner
PART III Policy and Law Perspectives
Toward a Guiding Framework for Self-Regulation in the Community of the Academic Profession
139(23)
John M. Braxton
Scientific Misconduct and Editorial and Peer Review Processes
162(12)
Mary Frank Fox
Including Ethics in Graduate Education in Scientific Research
174(15)
Stephanie J. Bird
Legal Aspects of Scholarship Misconduct
189(24)
Barbara A. Lee
PART IV Empirical Treatments
Disciplinary and Departmental Effects on Observations of Faculty and Graduate Student Misconduct
213(23)
Melissa S. Anderson
Karen Seashore Louis
Jason Earle
Perceptions of Research Misconduct and an Analysis of Their Correlates
236(23)
John M. Braxton
Alan E. Bayer
Understanding the Potential for Misconduct in University-Industry Relationships: An Empirical View
259(24)
Teresa Isabelle Daza Campbell
Sheila Slaughter
Uncovering the Covert: Research on Academic Misconduct
283(48)
Melissa S. Anderson
Conclusion: Self-Regulation and Social Control of Scientific Misconduct: Roles, Patterns, and Constraints
315(16)
Mary Frank Fox
John M. Braxton
Contributors 331(4)
Index 335

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