The great betrayal : fraud in science

TitleThe great betrayal : fraud in science
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2004
AuthorsJudson, HF
Publication Languageeng
ISBN NumberISBN: 0151008779; 9780151008773; National Library: 101232712; LCCN: 2004-5906
Accession Number54694616
KeywordsBetrug. , Forschung. , Fraud , Fraude. , MEDICINE , Misconduct , Naturwissenschaften. , SCIENCE , Scientific , Wetenschap.
AbstractThe author details various types of scientific fraud and how they happen: considers science's self-government, including peer review and paper refereeing; and exposes the failures of academic, legal, and government responses. With reason for hope, he also points to how the movement toward Internet publication of papers promises remarkable new checks on fraud.
Notes1st ed.24 cm.A culture of fraud -- What's it like? A typology of scientific fraud -- Patterns of complicity: recent cases -- Hard to measure, hard to define: the incidence of scientific fraud and the struggle over its definition -- The Baltimore affair -- The problems of peer review -- Authorship, ownership: problems of credit, plagiarism, and intellectual property -- The rise of open publication on the Internet -- Laboratory to law: the problems of institutions when misconduct is charged.Sample text description of contents bibliographical references and index.Horace Freeland Judson. More Records: Show record informationInternet resource (url)Book; Internet Resource Date of Entry: 20040312
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