Authorial Ethics: How Writers Abuse Their Calling by Robert Hauptman

By Robert Hauptman

Authorial Ethics is a normative examine that offers with the various ways that writers abuse their dedication to fact and integrity. it's divided by way of educational self-discipline and comprises chapters on journalism, historical past, literature, paintings, psychology, and technology, between others. Robert Hauptman bargains generalizations and theoretical comments exemplified by way of particular situations. significant abrogations are inadvertent blunders and functional misconduct, that is subdivided into falsification, fabrication, and plagiarism. All of those difficulties seem in such a lot disciplines, even if their damaging effect is felt such a lot potently in biomedical examine and book. Professor Mary Lefkowitz, the classicist, presents an incisive foreword.

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