Title

Academic exploitation

RIS ID

74559

Publication Details

Martin, B. (1986). 'Academic exploitation', In B. Martin, C. Ann. Baker, C. Manwell & C. Pugh (Eds.), Intellectual Suppression: Australian Case Histories, Analysis and Responses (pp. 59-62). Sydney: Angus & Robertson.

Abstract

For academics, credit for research work is important. It serves as a form of currency for obtaining jobs, promotions, grants and prestige. Not surprisingly, credit for original ideas as well as for the end result of painstaking experimentation, data collection and mustering of arguments, is zealously guarded.

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Angus & Robertson

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