|dc.contributor.advisor||Bruce Gartner, Theresa Holleran, Bob Gervasi, Peter Cimbolic||en_US|
|dc.contributor.author||M. V. Dougherty||-|
|dc.contributor.editor||M. V. Dougherty||en_US|
|dc.description||This Series, Research Ethics Forum, aims to encourage discussion in the field of research ethics and the ethics of research. Volumes included can range from foundational issues to practical issues in research ethics. No disciplinary lines or borders are drawn and submissions are welcome from all disciplines as well as scholars from around the world. We are particularly interested in texts addressing neglected topics in research ethics, as well as those which challenge common practices and beliefs about research ethics. By means of this Series we aim to contribute to the ever important dialogue concerning the ethics of how research is conducted nationally and internationally. Possible topics include: Research Ethics Committees, Clinical trials, International research ethics regulations, Informed consent, Risk-benefit calculations, Conflicts of interest, Industry-funded research, Exploitation, Qualitative research ethics, Social science research ethics, Ghostwriting, Bias, Animal research, Research participants.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Record for Research||en_US|
|dc.title||Correcting the Scholarly Record for Research Integrity||en_US|
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