Responsible Authorship and Peer Review presents the basic issues facing researchers at the publication stage of research. We focus on some of the ethical values particularly relevant to publication: honesty, objectivity, trust, collegiality, and the problem of power differentials. We present Jim Wilson’s Guidelines for Authors and the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) Guidelines: ORI has also posted extensive materials on authorship and peer review issues. We present a Case Study from The Association for Practical and Professional Ethics. We consider the challenges of peer review, especially in terms of innovation in research. In the Resources section, you will find a sampling of articles, books and websites. There are some valuable websites that will act as a portal for your continued education.
Wilson, James, "Responsible Authorship and Peer Review" (2000). Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse. Paper 294.
Authorship and Publication, Peer Review
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