The Role of Culture in Research Misconduct

TitleThe Role of Culture in Research Misconduct
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2003
AuthorsDavis, MS
JournalAccountability in Research: Policies & Quality Assurance
Volume10
Pagination189-201
Publication Languageeng
Keywords& , auto-experimentation , auto-experimentation, , causation , Causes , conduct , DISEASES , enroll , enroll, , ethics , LIFE , Medical , MULTICULTURALISM , of , selection , self-experimentation , self-experimentation, , subject , Subjects , subjects, , theories ,
AbstractThis article discusses the role cultural background may play in research misconduct. Applying theories from sociological criminology, the author looks at the theory that the culture some researchers bring may be at odds with the norms of academic science and may emphasize ends more than means. As such, cultural background may be one of many factors that contribute to research misconduct, and should be studied in this academic light.
NotesDavis, Mark S. 1; Email Address: mdavis@kent.edu; Affiliations: 1: Institute for the Study and Prevention of Violence Kent State University Kent, Ohio, USA; Issue Info: Jul2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p189; Subject Term: MULTICULTURALISM; Subject Term: CONDUCT of life; Subject Term: DISEASES – Causes & theories of causation; Subject Term: MEDICAL ethics; Author-Supplied Keyword: auto-experimentation, enroll, self-experimentation, subjects, subject selection; Number of Pages: 13p; Document Type: Article
DOI10.1080/714906092
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