Ghostwriting - Scientific Writing and Author Ethics
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The term ghostwriting is defined as the absence of the names of persons who have carried out important stages of a scientific study or obtained research data in the works in which the study is published. In a sense, means the use of the data produced by the scientist for the purpose of working without the knowledge or consent of the scientist. In positive sciences, this situation almost always ignores the contribution of the person producing the research data to the scientific work in question. What do you say about this?