Interview with Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fröhlich on the Schön Scandal: "Self control mechanisms are a myth in science to avoid any serious external control"

Fröhlich, Gerhard and Mück, Leonie (2011) Interview with Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fröhlich on the Schön Scandal: "Self control mechanisms are a myth in science to avoid any serious external control". JUnQ - Journal of Unsolved Questions, 1 (2). XII-XIII. ISSN 2192-0745

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Abstract

The Schön case has not only been widely discussed by journalists and media but is also of interest to researchers working in the field of theory of science. Prof. Dr. Gerhard Fröhlich from the Johannes-Kepler- University, Linz, is one of them. His main research areas are the theory of culture and media and philosophy of science, especially scientific communication and scientific misconduct. Prof. Fröhlich came to Mainz for the panel discussion "Publish or Perish. . . ?" and the Journal of Unsolved Questions interviewed him about the Schön scandal and the book ”Plastic Fantastic” during that visit.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Scientific Fraud, Research Fraud, Science Ethics, Scientific Communication, Scientific Integrity
Subjects: Wissenschaftsforschung, Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Depositing User: Gerhard Fröhlich
Date Deposited: 11 Nov 2014 16:36
Last Modified: 11 Nov 2014 16:36
URI: http://sammelpunkt.philo.at/id/eprint/2420

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