What Are The Implications Of Dishonesty Or Scientific Misconduct For The Findings From Research Studies Essays and Term Papers

  • Scycology

    : F ostering r eseArcH i ntegrity in c AnAdA The Expert Panel on Research Integrity Science Advice in the Public Interest HONESTY, ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRUST: FOSTERING RESEARCH INTEGRITY IN CANADA The Expert Panel on Research Integrity THE COUNCIL OF CANADIAN ACADEMIES 180 Elgin Street...

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  • Science: Is That a Fact

    Etymology The word science is derived from the Latin word scientia for knowledge, which in turn comes from scio - I know. The Indo-European root means to discern or to separate, akin to Sanskrit chyati, he cuts off, Greek schizein, to split, Latin scindere, to split. From the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment...

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  • How to Curb Exam Malpracise

    malpractice among secondary school students - Causes, effects and solutions ABSTRACT This research was carried out to investigate examination malpractice among secondary school students in Agidingbi Local Government area in Lagos State. The project...

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  • Research Method

    Justice) -After 9/11 Focus Changed from Gang to Terrorism What is Crime & Justice Research? -Refers to: a Collection of social science methods applied systematically to generate knowledge about crime and justice phenomenon -Eg. Why do pedophiles recidivate? -Research promotes the production of credible...

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  • Academic Honesty. Academic Essay

    understanding of academic honesty.Academic dishonesty or academic misconduct is any type of cheating that occurs in relation to a formal academic exercise,which includes plagiarism,fabrication,deception,cheating, bribery, sabotage, frofessorial misconduct, personation,etc.[1] At the present time...

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  • Ethics in Educational Research by Howe and Moses

    Howe, K. & Moses, M. (1999). Ethics in educational research. Review of Research in Education, vol. 24, pp. 21-60.This work may be downloaded only. It may not be copied or used for any purpose other than scholarship. If you wish to make copies or use it for a non-scholarly purpose, please contact AERA...

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  • The Future of Academic Honesty - Paper

    makes the behavior, motivation and training of education students relevant for scrutiny. The paper examines academic dishonesty among college students training to be teachers. The study uncovers through factor analysis four salient dimensions of cheating, namely Flagrant Cheating, Insidious Cheating,...

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  • THE IMPART OF EXAMINATION ETHICS ON THE QUALITY OF PRODUCT OF POST PRIMARY EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

     CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Examination ethics impact on discipline in order to enhance the performance of the student has become the subject matter of the day in Nigeria society. It constitute to the...

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  • Plagiarism: an Ounce of Prevention

    to most academic observers, it continues to challenge the integrity of undergraduate and graduate education. The results of the latest large-scale study by researcher Donald McCabe of Rutgers University1 are unequivocal about the scope of the problem. Of more than 70,000 undergraduates and 10,000 graduate...

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  • The properties of female genitalia

    David B. Resnik clarifies, "Self-plagiarism involves dishonesty but not intellectual theft."[31] According to Patrick M. Scanlon[32] "Self-plagiarism" is a term with some specialized currency. Most prominently, it is used in discussions of research and publishing integrity in biomedicine, where heavy...

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  • E-Cheating

    phone to store answers or use the Internet to download a research paper. Even though the problem of “e-cheating” is important to teaching faculty, little research has been conducted to examine e-cheating at the undergraduate level. This study, therefore, was conducted to empirically investigate student...

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  • Strategic Outcomes

    ABSTRACT. Recent, well-publicized scandals, involving unethical conduct have rekindled interest in academic misconduct. Prior studies of academic misconduct have focussed exclusively on situational factors (e.g., integrity culture, honor codes), demographic variables or personality constructs. We...

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  • Ethical Misconduct

    Ethical misconduct prevalent in workplace Internal Auditor, Dec, 2005 by A. Millage • 1 • 2 • Next » DESPITE AN INCREASE IN the number of formal ethics programs in the workplace, ethical misbehavior is on the rise. According to a recent survey by the Ethics Resource Center (ERC), more...

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  • Plagirism: Publish or Perish.

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS First and foremost this research report would never have been accomplished without the blessing of Almighty Allah Pak. We also thank our beloved parents for their unconditional love, unlimited care, unending support, prayers and encouragement. We offer our sincere gratitude to our...

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  • Ethical Challenges in Business Organization (Maybank)

    Challenges in Business Organization: A Study of Maybank Investment Bank Group Members: Atiqah Bt Dalik 1223400 Aida Abidah Bt Anuar 1220954 Alya Maisarah Bt Zainal 1228000 Nor Amira Suhada Bt Othman 1224892 Ethical Challenges in Business Organization: A Study of Maybank Investment Bank Atiqah...

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  • Attitudes Toward Codes of Ethics: the Effects of Corporate Misconduct

    Attitudes Toward Codes of Ethics: The Effects of Corporate Misconduct by Spero C. Peppas Abstract Recent news of corporate misconduct at Arthur Andersen, Enron, WorldCom, etc., has focused attention on ethics in business. Government, business, educational institutions, as well as professional organisations...

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  • Effects of Fantasy Food on Indian Kids

    [pic] 4 YEAR B.A. (HONOURS) IN Culinary Arts Research Methodology &Research Project SHI – 4027 Module Handbook 2012-2013 Module Tutor: Dr. S. P. Rath Email: sibaprasad.rath@tajhotels.com sp.rath@ihma.ac.in |Module Code ...

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  • Ethical Challenges and Practical Solutions for Managers in Research

    Practical Solutions for Managers in Research Proceedings are available for the workshop on "Ethical Challenges and Practical Solutions for Managers in Research" held last September in Albuquerque under the joint sponsorship of Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, and ORI. The proceedings contain...

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  • Scientific Integr4Ity

    Scientific Integrity Scientific researchers and the journals who publish their work do a great service to mankind’s progress in understanding the world around us, and to the advancement of science itself, through the trust that exists between the experts and the public about the studies and findings...

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  • Plagarism

    University, Lancaster, UK This paper reviews the literature on plagiarism by students, much of it based on North American experience, to discover what lessons it holds for institutional policy and practice within institutions of higher education in the UK. It explores seven themes: the meaning and...

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