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Comment: written by New York Times investigative/scientific reporters;
its treatment of several early scientists has become controversial
(e.g., see Goodstein article above)
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Comment: a short novel about work in a Nobel
prize-winning laboratory and the competitive pressures of science.
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Basic Books, Inc., 1989.
Grinnell, Frederick. The Scientific Attitude. Second Edition.
Guilford Press. 1992.
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Misconduct in Scientific Publishing. University of California Press,
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Plagiarism. Ticknor & Fields, 1989. Comment: one
chapter, "Quietly Goes the Don," discusses a repeat plagiarist; it is
an interesting illustration of the ramifications of institutional
disposition of cases
Nelkin, Dorothy. Science as Intellectual Property: Who Controls
Scientific Research? Macmillan Publishing Company, 1984.
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Health Sciences. National Academy Press, 1989.
Comment: very thorough and thoughtful.
National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, and
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Comment: well written-good for student discussion.
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National Science Foundation. "Misconduct in Science and Engineering:
Final Rule." 1991.
Public Health Service. "Policies and Procedures for Dealing with
Possible Scientific Misconduct in Extramural Research." 1991.
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Labor and Human Resources
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American Association of University Professors. Statement on Multiple
American Association of University Professors. Statement on
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despite its age, not dated; good overview, raises provocative
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