How to blow the Whistle and still have a career afterwards
- C. K. Gunsalus JD
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Filing charges of scientific misconduct can be a risky and dangerous endeavor. This article presents rules of conduct to follow when considering whether to report perceived misconduct, and a set of step-by-step procedures for responsible whistleblowing that describe how to do so once the decision to report misconduct has been made. This advice is framed within the university setting, and may not apply fully in industrial settings.
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- How to blow the Whistle and still have a career afterwards
Science and Engineering Ethics
Volume 4, Issue 1 , pp 51-64
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- 1. University of Illinois, Swanlund Administration Building, 601 East John Street, 61820, Champaign, IL, USA