Faculty Ethics Unveiled: Scholarship--Et Tu, Brute?Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity: Creating a Culture of Integrity (2009)
AbstractLittle actual research has been conducted to explore the ethics of the faculty of higher education. A review of the literature has discovered four primary categories of faculty ethics, which include scholarship, teaching, service, and professional (e.g., consulting, treatment of colleagues and peers). This paper will focus on the scholarship category and includes research (e.g., authorship, conflicts of interest, plagiarism/citing-including self-plagiarism, ethical approval, research design, redundant publications, misconduct, accuracy, personal criticism of others) and review of other's work as a reviewer or editor (e.g., unbiased, speed/timeliness, accuracy, responsibility, objectivity, confidentiality, conflicts of interest). The purpose of this paper is to survey and classify key ideas in the literature, present research propositions, and outline ideas for future research in this area.
- Educational Integrity,
- Scholarship Ethics
Publication DateSeptember 29, 2009
Citation InformationSusan R. Madsen and James Davis. "Faculty Ethics Unveiled: Scholarship--Et Tu, Brute?" Asia-Pacific Conference on Educational Integrity: Creating a Culture of Integrity (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_madsen/23/