Editorial independence

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  1. Arm twisting an editor

  2. Provenance of a correction: undisclosed court case involvement

  3. A Short Guide to Ethical Editing for New Editors
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    Cynthia Clerk - 3rd Nov 2017

    Revised by Tara Hoke, Originally written by Margaret Rees Becoming an editor of a journal is an exciting but daunting task especially if you are working alone without day to day contact with editorial colleagues. This short guide aims to summarize key iss ...

  4. Guidelines for the Board of Directors of Learned Society Journals
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    Cynthia Clerk - 26th Oct 2017

    Download "Guidelines for the Board of Directors of Learned Society Journals"  (PDF, 66 KB. Version 1, October 2008) Resource type Resource Media Download "Guidelines for the Board of Directors of Learned Society Journals" PDF, 66 KB. V ...

  5. Attempt to supress legitimate scientific results

  6. Who ensures the integrity of the editor?

  7. Anonymity versus author transparency

  8. COPE Forum 11 September 2012: Publishing offensive material

    Cynthia Clerk - 29th Jan 2018

    The topic for discussion at this Forum was ‘Publishing offensive material’. Specifically, what constitutes bad taste, indecency or obscenity? How do you deal with expletives (as part of interviews or transcripts)? Where is the line between censorship and ...

  9. COPE Forum 9 December 2014: Publication ethics issues in the social sciences

    Cynthia Clerk - 29th Jan 2018

    The history of research ethics in general and publication ethics more specifically was initially and primarily grounded in the biomedical sciences. As concern over issues of animal care, human participant protection and research integrity developed throug ...

  10. Whose responsibility is duplicate submission?

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