Smart Glossary of Terms and Concepts
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS AND CONCEPTS: It is essential that the understanding of terms and concepts related to research ethics and scientific integrity is shared across all these communities of interest. The Framework includes a glossary of terms and concepts drawing upon the existing literature and pointing to the key dilemmas to be addressed. The terms and concepts are listed in alphabetical order for ease of access – this does not imply any other form of priority. Note these terms might have different meaning or applications in different contexts. Their use here is in relation to the maintenance of ethical research practices. The definitions we supply are based on a lengthy consensus process agreement. Their use is based first on consensus amongst PRO-RES consortium partners and then on agreement with a representative sample of stakeholders.
Binding and non-binding international developments in law relating to Indigenous rights led to the International Labour Organization’s (1989) Convention concerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries and the United Nations (2007) Declaration on
Many research integrity codes and statements developed outside the United States have extended their definition of research misconduct well beyond Fabrication, Falsification and Plagiarism to include other matters such as: undisclosed Duplicate Publication; Misrepresentation