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    Responses of Authors Accused of Plagiarism by Journal Editors.Somsri Wiwanitkit & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2017 - Science and Engineering Ethics 23 (1):309-311.
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    Plagiarism, Beyond CrossCheck, Figure and Conceptual Theft.Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2014 - Science and Engineering Ethics 20 (2):613-614.
    Sir, The recent report by Zhang et al. (2013) is very interesting. For sure, using CrossCheck might help identify some plagiarisms, especially for those with verbatim copy. However, the plagiarism can be seen in other forms including to figure and conceptual plagiarism (Wiwanitkit 2008, 2011). The figure plagiarism is a challenging thing for the journal since it is more difficult to detect than textual plagiarism (Wiwanitkit 2011). In addition, there are also more difficult cases of figure plagiarisms to be discussed. (...)
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  3. Communication on COVID‐19 Vaccine: Correspondence.Rujittika Mungmunpuntipantip & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2022 - Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 28 (2):178-178.
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    How Accused Scientists Deal with Scientific Fraud: View From a Different Culture.Beuy Joob & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2018 - Science and Engineering Ethics 24 (5):1659-1660.
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    Definition of Research Misconduct: Problem on “Definition” or “User”? [REVIEW]Somsri Wiwanitkit & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2014 - Science and Engineering Ethics 20 (2):615-615.
    Sir,The case discussion by Rasmussen is very interesting (Rasmussen 2013). Rasmussen concluded that “argue that the precedent set by the reasoning in this case is problematic.” In fact, the final decision whether an accused case of misconduct is exactly guilty or not is very complicated. The decision has to follow the standard definition of misconduct. However, there are usually problems in decision. The question is whether the standard is problematic or the “user” or the ones who interpret and make decision (...)
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    Standards, Double Standards and No Standards.Beuy Joob & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2015 - Science and Engineering Ethics 21 (1):265-265.
    Editor, The report by Kalichman et al. is interesting. Kalichman et al. mentioned an “awareness of the diversity of those standards.” Standards should be applicable and usable in all settings. If there are different standards, there might be a problem in the implementation of standards. The case of “double standards” can lead to several practical problems. The conduct of research in an institute might be different from another institute. In addition, within an institute, the use of alternative standards might be (...)
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    “Broader Impacts” or “Responsible Research and Innovation”?Somsri Wiwanitkit & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2014 - Science and Engineering Ethics 20 (4):1149-1150.
    Sir, The recent report on “Broader Impacts” versus “Responsible Research and Innovation” concepts is very interesting . Many scientists in the present day follow the first concept due to factors. Scientists who want to apply for funds have to follow the criteria, which are usually focused on “impact” according to the US NIH principle. The American concept of “Broader Impacts” for judging the scientific value of the work is widely used in many developing countries at present. Indeed, the “Broader Impacts” (...)
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    Zika Virus Infection and Wolbachia.Beuy Joob & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2017 - Bioessays 39 (4):1600267.
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    Fake Identities in Social Network Research: To Be Disclosed?Shunhai Qu & Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2014 - Science and Engineering Ethics 20 (4):1151-1151.
    Sir, The recent discussion by Elovici et al. on “Ethical Considerations when Employing Fake Identities in Online Social Networks for Research ” is very interesting . Elovici et al. raised an important question “Is it legitimate to use fake identities for studying OSNs or for collecting OSN data for research? ” In fact, “fake” is not a reality and this might be problematic. In medicine, “fake” is not acceptable. This is not the same as “placebo”, which is a standard method (...)
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    The University and the Responsible Conduct of Research.Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2011 - Science and Engineering Ethics 17 (1):195-195.
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    Letter to the Editor.Viroj Wiwanitkit - 2010 - Jona's Healthcare Law, Ethics, and Regulation 12 (4):88.
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