The concept of ethical harassment is identified and discussed. It is proposed that we search for societal mechanisms that may lead to some progress in the curtailment of ethical harassment. It is proposed that the right to act ethically should be regarded as a fundamental human and professional right.
Herzenberg, Caroline L., "Ethical Issues in Physics: Ethical Harassment" (1996). Ethics in Science and Engineering National Clearinghouse. 397.
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