Avoid retractions: Publish ethically

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What happens when ethical violations are detected in research?

Editage Insights | Dec 13, 2014 | 3,643 views

This 4-minute video is a detailed tutorial on retractions that are a result of ethical violations. Watch this video to learn:

  • What the term "retraction" means
  • When a paper is retracted
  • How retraction notices are presented on a journal's website
  • What the implications of a retraction are
  • How it affects a researcher's career

This is the second of a 3-part video lecture on Guidelines on publishing research papers ethically by Ravi Murugesan, Publication Consultant and Trainer, Editage.

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