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Ethics in the University



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Creatore: Speight, James G. Visualizza persona
Titolo: Ethics in the University
Link to work: Ethics in the university Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: Somerset : Wiley, 2016
Estensione: 1 online resource (313 pages)
Tipo formato: computer
Tipo contenuto: text
Tipo supporto: online resource
Disciplina: 378.1/01
Genere/Forma: Electronic books
Classificazione LOC: LB2324 .S64 2016
Note generali: 10.1 Introduction.
Contenuto supplementare: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Nota di contenuto: Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; 1 The Concept of Ethics; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Professionalism and Ethics; 1.3 Morals and Values; 1.4 Codes of Ethics and Ethical Standards; 1.5 Academic Freedom; References; 2 Codes of Ethics; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Codes of Ethics; 2.3 Ethics in the University; 2.4 Ethics and Research; References; 3 Academia; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Definitions; 3.3 The Faculty; 3.3.1 Professor; 3.3.2 Associate Professor; 3.3.3 Assistant Professor; 3.3.4 Lecturer; 3.3.5 Teaching Assistant; 3.3.6 Other Faculty Positions; 3.3.6.1 Adjunct Faculty.
3.3.6.2 Research Professor3.3.6.3 Professor Emeritus; 3.3.6.4 Endowed Chair; 3.3.6.5 Reader; 3.3.6.6 Docent; 3.4 Faculty Leave; 3.5 Nonacademic Staff; 3.5.1 The Personnel Office; 3.5.2 The Finance Office; 3.6 Tenure and Tenure Track; 3.7 The Student; 3.8 Research Funding; References; 4 Integrity in Academia; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Faculty Evaluation; 4.3 Faculty Conduct and Misconduct; 4.3.1 Reporting Research Data; 4.3.2 Misrepresenting Credentials; 4.4 Faculty Relationships; 4.4.1 Faculty-Student Relationships; 4.4.2 Faculty-Graduate Student Relationships; 4.4.2.1 The Master's Degree.
4.4.2.2 The Doctoral Degree4.4.2.3 The Research Fellowship; 4.4.3 Faculty-Faculty Relationships; 4.4.4 Faculty-Staff Relationships; 4.4.5 Dating Relationships; 4.4.5.1 Student-Professor Dating; 4.4.5.2 Student-Teaching Assistant Dating; 4.5 A Matter of Control; References; 5 Integrity in Teaching; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 The Learning Path; 5.2.1 Degree Courses; 5.2.2 Graduate Degree Courses; 5.2.2.1 The Master's Degree; 5.2.2.2 The Doctorate; 5.3 The Impact of the Professor; 5.4 Professionalism; 5.5 Morals and Values; References; 6 Integrity in Research; 6.1 Introduction.
6.2 The Nature and Conduct of Research6.3 Collecting Research Data; 6.3.1 Bias in Analytical Methods; 6.3.2 Misuse of the Data; 6.3.3 Falsification and Fabrication of Data; 6.3.4 Plagiarism and Theft; 6.4 Controls; 6.5 Intellectual Property; References; 7 Publication and Communication; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 The Literature; 7.3 The Journals; 7.4 Data for Publication; 7.5 Peer Reviewers and Their Duties; 7.5.1 The Department Head; 7.5.2 The Dean; 7.5.3 The Journal Editor; References; 8 Data Manipulation; 8.1 Introduction; 8.2 Misuse of Data; 8.2.1 Examinations and Pass Rate; 8.2.2 Research Data.
8.2.2.1 Flawed Research8.2.2.2 Stretching Data; 8.2.2.3 Distorting Data; 8.2.2.4 Rejecting or Ignoring Data; 8.2.3 False Claims; 8.2.4 Use of Mathematical Models; 8.2.5 Collapsing Data; 8.2.6 Use of Statistics; 8.2.6.1 Use of Inadequate or Nonrepresentative Data; 8.2.6.2 Inadequate Reasoning on the Basis of the Data; 8.2.6.3 Misleading Visualization of the Data; 8.3 Misuse of Research Funds; References; 9 Harassment: Sexual and Otherwise; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Title IX; 9.3 Harassment Situations; 9.4 Effect on the Victim; 9.5 Effect on the University; References; 10 The Sporting Megalopolis.
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Sommario/riassunto: It is the continuous reports of unethical behavior in the form of data manipulation, cheating, plagiarism, and other forms of unacceptable behavior that draw attention to the issues of misconduct. The causes of misconduct are manifold whether it is the need to advance in a chosen discipline or to compete successfully for and obtain research funding. Disappointingly, individuals who are oriented to any form of dishonesty are individuals who had previously displayed little or no consideration for the feelings of others and are therefore more interested in themselves, at the expense of the students, and others recognizing them by any means necessary. This ground-breaking and honest examination of ethics in the university setting is unabashed in its descriptions of misconduct in the academic world. The text is well furbished with numerous citations that point to academic misconduct and the final chapter deals with the means by which misconduct can be mitigated, a strong reminder to everyone in the academic community that above board conduct must be part of our overall message of learning and part of the whole point of education in the first place. A must-have for academics and non-academics alike, this text is the second in a series of books on ethics by James G. Speight, and it is useful to anyone, in any industry, who is interested in ethical behavior and how to navigate the sometimes murky depths of our professional lives.
ISBN: 9781119346470
1119346479
9781118872130
1118872134
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Lingua di pubblicazione: Inglese
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