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Steve Chapman, vice- chancellor of Edith Cowan University. Picture: Colin Murty/ The Australian

Are honorary doctorates losing their value?

Honorary doctorates are typically given to individuals who have made significant contributions to Australian society, but questions are being asked about their worth in light of one being recently rescinded at a Perth university. 

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