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Research ethics education in Korea for overcoming culture and value system differences

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  • Research ethics education in Korea for overcoming culture and value system differences
  • Nho, Hwan-Jin
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Title Research ethics education in Korea for overcoming culture and value system differences
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Nho, Hwan-Jin

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[Berlin, Germany]:Springer Nature

Date 2016-01
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market, and Complexity:vol.2 (no. 6)
Pages 11
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Science/Technology
Social Development < Education
Holding Springer Nature

Abstract

Although ethical standards and procedures for research in Korea have developed closer to global standards, applying those standards and procedures have led significant conflicts widely due to the cultural differences. In Korea where relationship-centered East Asian values are crucial, it is difficult for ‘internal whistle-blowing’ and ‘conflicts of interest management’ to function properly. At universities, it is difficult to form an equal relationship to have a free discussion between professors and students. Also, the research community has been influenced by side effects such as ‘respect for quantity and speed’, ‘excessive competition’, and ‘mammonism’ that have permeated Korean society during its modernization process. Students have taken such values for granted, too. These circumstances disable research ethics system to function properly and have negative influence on organization development by discouraging open innovation. (The rest omitted)