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UQ retracts research paper

  The institution finds no evidence that a related study was ever conducted. By Dallas Bastian A University of Queensland investigation is underway that has already resulted in the retraction of a paper by professor Bruce Murdoch that was published ...

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Casual staff and academic freedom

The growing use of contract and casual staff in higher education globally raises public interest issues, and a crucial one is academic freedom, says an international education expert. David Robinson, the associate executive director of the Canadian Association of University Teachers ...

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ANU Burma fracas – the studied bite back

That researcher Ashley South is upset his report received a strongly worded response from the Karen National Union (The Nation 22/08/11 and Campus Review 31/10/11) indicates both his naivety as a public writer and his arrogance. South cites two articles ...

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ANU Burma fracas tests limits of academic freedom

Academic freedom, truth and the future for more than 140,000 Burmese refugees on the Thai-Burma border are at stake in a dispute that has divided the small but influential international coterie of Burmese experts. Accusations of bullying, suppression and sycophancy ...

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