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On making a decision based on morals or common ethical codes instead of etiquette, rules, institutional or government policy, or technical or procedural reasons.

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I don't see any problem as long as it is assured that she will not be your student during graduation or it is assured she can't get any unfair advantage in academics due to this relationship.
answered Mar 3 '18 by MBK
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Insert a copyright statement in proposal document and in your email footnote. Also, to be on safe side always keep record of email exchange, especially the email you sent with proposal document.
answered Aug 30 '18 by MBK
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Is it ethical if I use lecture slides of another professor and modify only 15-20% for my lecture and provide an acknowledgment at the end of lecture slides that lecture material was taken from Prof. X …
asked Mar 3 '18 by MBK
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Recently, I got to know that a person who doesn't share the last name but had a similar first name as mine, is adding my articles in his profile. Ironically, my most recent published article didn't ap …
asked Mar 12 by MBK
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I am a postdoctoral research fellow and recently I got offer for aP position. I am leaving the postdoc position before the completion of contract. My postdoc supervisor is saying that after joining th …
asked Jan 19 '18 by MBK
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I graduated 8 months ago with 7 SCI article published. Recently, I submitted another article based on my thesis work. My supervisor, who actually has no supervisory role in my thesis except for provid …
asked May 8 '18 by MBK
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If you are using an exact figure, then you need to provide the reference. However, I don't see any copyright issue in the given scenario.
answered Dec 5 '18 by MBK
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I am in a unique situation. My supervisor and two other professors I approached for recommendation letter have asked me to write the my own recommendation letter and they will sign it. Is it ethical …
asked May 15 '17 by MBK
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I was teaching a graduate course in previous semester. One of my student implemented an idea I discussed with him during semester project. The results are astonishing and we decided to publish our fin …
asked Apr 13 by MBK
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I have an article under review in a journal which is taking very long review time. I want to submit a short version in a conference citing that detailed version is under review in XYZ journal. I know …
asked Dec 17 '17 by MBK
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I am in a very frustrating situation. My article is under review for almost 8 months and I didn't hear any response. The average review time for the journal is 3 months. The journal is highly reputed …
asked Mar 16 '18 by MBK
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During my short career as a researcher I observed a few seemingly unethical behaviors by Editors and Associate Editors: being asked to include a particular new author in order to be accepted being a …
asked Oct 25 '18 by MBK
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Here a question has been asked about the ethical grounds for an editor to be anonymous from a reviewer point of view. I am facing similar problem but being an author my concerns are different. I have …
asked Mar 7 '17 by MBK
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I am putting my answer here and will like to hear from community members as well. I hope there are people out there who will like to take practical steps as well. I my opinion its hard to change the …
answered Oct 25 '18 by MBK