How scientists can protect and restore their reputations

Therese, Sandrine A (2011) How scientists can protect and restore their reputations. Social Alternatives, 30 1: 38-42.

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Author Therese, Sandrine A
Title How scientists can protect and restore their reputations
Journal name Social Alternatives   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0155-0306
1836-6600
Publication date 2011
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 30
Issue 1
Start page 38
End page 42
Total pages 5
Place of publication Brisbane, Australia
Publisher Social Alternatives
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract Scientists whose work and reputation come under fire may adopt strategic practices to protect and restore their status and identity. Some of these tactics are illustrated through the case of an Australian scientist who became targeted when he began researching the biological effects of mobile telephone radiation. While the strategies used by controversial scientists could be seen as primarily self-serving they can also be viewed as means to creating a more democratic, open-minded and less politically naïve scientific world that encourages innovation for the benefit of society.
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