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Plagiarism, Authorship & more

Readings

Review Turabian 7.9

"ACM's plagiarism Policy"

http://www.acm.org/publications/policies/plagiarism_policy


"Determining Authorship"
http://www.apastyle.org/authorship.html (also available here)

Applying ethics to the practice, research, and teaching
of Human Computer Interaction (Mankoff). Presented at the CHI 2006 workshop on Reflective HCI: Articulating a Research Agenda for Critical Practice Montreal, CA, April, 2006.
See attachment (ethics4.pdf)

"Insights on Professional Responsibility" (Chapter 13 of Tomorrow's Professor) NOTE: must be logged into google groups (private file)

Questions to consider

[add in case study from a/s!]
The words below are direct quotes, taken from "Writing Successful Science Proposals" by Andrew J. Friedland and Carol L. Folt
  • You have developed a set of hypotheses to test in a system you know quite well. You present your ideas at an informal department gathering. A colleague brings to your attention a particular paper that describes an appropriate method. What should you do? If you use the method in an eventual proposal design or a published paper, what does you  your colleague expect in the way of recognition?
  • Now, consider a situation in which the methodology needed for conducting a test does not exist or requires a method being developed by a colleague. ... suppose the colleague [makes a suggestion or develops something that you need]. What should you do? If ... you use the method [your colleague] develops, [how should you recognize her]?
  • Finally, consider a situation in which you develop a series of ideas on how to test your hypotheses as a result of a number of late-night and hallway chats held over weeks or months with a particular colleague. What if your colleague's perception of how much help you received differs from yours? In this scenario, a misunderstanding may easily occur. What should you do?

Optional Readings


"Medical Research: Who publishes what?"

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20060222.wrese0222/BNStory/Science/home


Conflict of Interest (Wikipedia)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conflict_of_interest


Possible Additonal Readings

White, Ronald F. (2007). Institutional Review Board Mission Creep: The Common Rule, Social Science, and the Nanny State, The Independent Review 11(4), pp. 547-564.

Definitions of Plagiarism

Slide deck related to research ethics from Dave Touretzky


Slides:


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Ethics.ppt
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Jen Mankoff,
Oct 21, 2008, 1:05 PM
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Jen Mankoff,
Oct 10, 2008, 8:31 AM
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Jen Mankoff,
Sep 11, 2009, 5:10 AM
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