Power between Professors and Doctoral Students: Use of Research Data and Scientific Authorship
AbstractEmbedded in a power relationship, this fictional case study highlights different practices of using research data in a collaboration between professor-researcher and doctoral student. It aims to highlight the difficulties and ethical issues of such collaboration, particularly the challenges related to scientific authorship and the use of data at the end of the research.
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