Research Ethics Professional is a Globethics.net sub-collection on research ethics focusing on professional ethics, on work ethics in the research profession, namely on the specific responsibilities common among researchers who do the research, including the whole environment and other stakeholders.
The main ethical normative aspects of research are presented in a systematic way as building blocks from a unifying principle, a limited set of virtues and a wide range of responsibilities as self-oriented or others-oriented duties. The collection as a systematic whole is highlighting a holistic approach on the ethics of duties in the research profession, from various points of views, constituting a comprehensive totality of all main aspects of this activity, based on The European Code of Conduct for Research Integrity, published recently by All European Academies (ALLEA). This collection borrows from ALLEA's expertise and results, it shows in short how to deal with failures to use good practice, which jeopardize by irresponsible behaviour the important harmony between the aim of increasing knowledge and remaining true to self-knowledge, proper to ethical life.
EF0 Reference works
EF1 Main ethical normative aspects of research
EF2 Research environment: stakeholders
EF3 Training, supervision and mentoring
EF4 Research procedures
EF6 Data practices and management
EF7 Collaborative working
EF8 Publication and dissemination
EF9 Reviewing, evaluating and editing
EF10 Geographical areas
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