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2. Research ethics: part 2.

This is the second episode of EDUtalks, a podcast from the Division of Learning and Digitalisation at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. This episode is divided into two parts.

In this episode, we will talk about research ethics and explore its meaning, why we should know about it, the legal requirements involved, historical perspectives on research ethics, and some notable examples of breaches.

 

Moderator: Alexandra D’Urso, Ph.D., Educational Developer at the Division of Learning and Digitalisation and SLU team member in the SIDA QuART project group for research supervision training

Interviewee: Per Sandin, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer at the Department of Crop Production Ecology; Agricultural cropping systems / Bioethics & Environmental Ethics

 

Part 2.

  • Different authorship practices; traditions in different subjects etc.
  • Authorship as currency
  • Guidelines: Vancouver rules and their content, rationale, and complications
  • “Honorary authorship”
  • Ways of resolving disputes and keeping track of contributions and credit


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