The Ethical Professor: A Practical Guide to Research, Teaching and Professional Life by Lorraine Eden, Kathy Lund Dean and Paul M. Vaaler
By: Eden, Lorraine.
Contributor(s): Dean, Kathy Lund | Vaaler, Paul M.Material type: BookPublisher: New York Routledge Taylor and Francis Group 2018Description: 233p.ISBN: 9781138485983.Subject(s): Ethics GuideDDC classification: 174
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Part I: Ethical Dilemmas in Research
2. 20 Questions: Ethical Research Dilemmas and PhD Students
3. Research Pitfalls for New Entrants to the Academy
4. Scientists Behaving Badly: Insights from the Fraud Triangle
5. Slicing and Dicing: Ex Ante Approaches
6. Slicing and Dicing: Ex Post Approaches
7. Retraction: Mistake or Misconduct?
8. Double-Blind Review in the Age of Google and PowerPoint
9. Ethics in Research Scenarios: What Would You Do?
10. Thought Leader: Michael A. Hitt on Ethics in Research
Part II: Ethical and Teaching
11. Beyond Course Content: Ethical Dilemmas in Teaching
12. Teaching and Ethics: A Critical Incident
13. Peer Pressure, Or, I Thought I Was Out of High School
14. Teaching Versus Preaching: Conversational Ethics in the Classroom
15. My Students Want to Friend Me! Boundaries and Relationships with Social Networks
16. What Do We do when Students Despair? Considering Pedagogical Caring
17. From Content to Relationship
18. It’s Not Just Rate My Professor Anymore! Ethical Issues with Student Evaluations of Teaching
19. Student Recommendations: To Give or Not to Give, That Is the Question
20. Thought Leader: Robert A. Giacalone on "Broken When Entering’"
Part III: Ethical in Professional Life
21. Codes and Conflicts of Interest
22. When Is a Job Offer Really a Job Offer in Academia?
23. Attending Professional Meetings
24. Peer Reviewing
25. Managing University Service Work
27. Outside Appointments
29. Media Engagement
30. Thought Leader: Andrew Ven H. Van De Ven on Ethics and Professional Life
Part IV: Conclusions
31. Connecting the dots: Themes, Practices, and Considering What’s Next