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X Timing problems (be sure to practice to come in on time) X Summary table: utilitarian count in favor of non-reporting Good fact on whistleblower fear of reprisals X Damage of anonymous campaign against immunologist largely ignored (there were good facts to support the Blue Team!) Rebuttals strong Pokemon? Some found this amusing but distracting from debate topic
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Lecture 6 Debate1a: Anonymity and Science Misconduct Gold Team: Require the whistleblower’s identity and motives to be disclosed to editors, who are trusted to maintain the anonymity of the whistleblower during investigation. Protects authors from defamation (non-malfeasance or justice (legal) ethics), editors from being overwhelmed by “false positives” to do their job on new science submissions (professional ethics), whistleblower can perform duty to scientific integrity without fear of reprisal (rights), and public benefits from legitimate fraud being eradicated from the literature. Good action X Timing problems (be sure to practice to come in on time) X “Most emails were false positives that led nowhere” (facts and referencing) X More development of ethical theories needed Strong finishing rebuttal
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Lecture 6 Debate1b: McDonald’s Marketing Blue Team: Prioritization of consumer as primary stakeholder and ethical theories –especially the contradiction in McDonald’s corporate credo, and the violation of rights of children and
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