RI lunches - A criminological approach to research misconduct

 

Presentation by Rita Faria - Assistant Professor of Criminology School of Criminology, University of Porto

Concerns over research misconduct (RM) have been voiced in a wide range of sciences and reflections and analysis on the topic have surged in the last decade. Its causes, processes and consequences; as well as the effectiveness of prevention and sanctioning measures have been widely debated and analysed. However, most of the times Criminology, the social science that studies crime and deviance and social control mechanisms, has been absent from the debate.

In this meeting, results on RM from a criminological perspective will be briefly presented, both regarding individual and organizational causes, as well as aboutt he effectiveness of training in preventing RM and promoting responsible conduct of research. Arguments will be made about the need to produce multi and interdisciplinary research that includes criminological scholarship.

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Meeting ID: 921 0142 6209
Passcode: 277587

General description of these meetings:
Every month NRIN organizes a lunchtime presentation, focussing on RI related research and projects. The concept of these lunches is to provide a platform where researchers present their current work, with the purpose to receive suggestions and feedback from the group of attendees. If you are interested to receive our monthly invites automatically or present your own research, send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Event Information

Event Date Wednesday 19-01-2022 01:00 pm
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