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Research Misconduct: Issues, Implications, and Stratagies (Hardback)
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Research Misconduct: Issues, Implications, and Stratagies (Hardback)

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Hardback 222 Pages / Published: 17/10/1997
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Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 9781567503401
Number of pages: 222
Weight: 490 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 14 mm


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"[t]he book might be aptly described as a breakthrough work as well as an exploratory one....Research Misconduct is packed with valuable information for scholars interested in academic ethics, information ethics, sociology of science and higher education, scholarly communication, peer review, and academic librarianship. In fact, all librarians (from directors and head librarians to library school students) who take seriously their role of providing scholars with accurate information might do well to have a personal copy."-Journal of Information Ethics
"The appendices provide many RM-cases, a long list of journals dealing with RM, and Iodes of Ethics and Guidelines for researchers. The references are an invaluable introduction to publications on RM."-The Whistle
"Ythe book might be aptly described as a breakthrough work as well as an exploratory one....Research Misconduct is packed with valuable information for scholars interested in academic ethics, information ethics, sociology of science and higher education, scholarly communication, peer review, and academic librarianship. In fact, all librarians (from directors and head librarians to library school students) who take seriously their role of providing scholars with accurate information might do well to have a personal copy."-Journal of Information Ethics
?The appendices provide many RM-cases, a long list of journals dealing with RM, and Iodes of Ethics and Guidelines for researchers. The references are an invaluable introduction to publications on RM.?-The Whistle
?[t]he book might be aptly described as a breakthrough work as well as an exploratory one....Research Misconduct is packed with valuable information for scholars interested in academic ethics, information ethics, sociology of science and higher education, scholarly communication, peer review, and academic librarianship. In fact, all librarians (from directors and head librarians to library school students) who take seriously their role of providing scholars with accurate information might do well to have a personal copy.?-Journal of Information Ethics

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