Bearing crosses : A case study in cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary, cross-border higher degree by research supervision
White, Karolyn and Everett, Kristina. (2015). Bearing crosses : A case study in cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary, cross-border higher degree by research supervision. In In Steneck, Nicholas, Anderson, Melissa, Kleinert, Sabine and Mayer, Tony (Ed.). Integrity in the global research arena pp. 75-83 World Scientific Publishing.
|Authors||White, Karolyn and Everett, Kristina|
|Editors||Steneck, Nicholas, Anderson, Melissa, Kleinert, Sabine and Mayer, Tony|
[Extract] In this chapter we want to explore some issues that arose in the context of cross-cultural, and cross-disciplinary research and highlight some of the inevitable tensions that arose. We argue that the rigorous ethics clearance process which is mandatory in Australian Universities in the context of human research would have avoided the issues encountered here. This raises the question of whether ethics clearance requirements should be extended beyond human and animal research. Firstly, we provide a brief background to the case.
|Book title||Integrity in the global research arena|
|Publisher||World Scientific Publishing|
|Place of publication||Singapore, Singapore|
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