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Référents en déontologie académique : ont-ils confiance en eux ?

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Nous savons tous qu’une minorité des cas de fraude et de plagiat nous est connue et que la face cachée de l’iceberg demeure invisible. Mais, la question, inutilement perturbante, n’est pas de savoir combien de cas passent entre les mailles du filet. Il n’y aurait aucun attrait à mettre nos compétences d’observateurs de notre monde académique à révéler encore ces faits. La question qui se pose à nous, chercheurs des sciences de l’intégrité, est de savoir comment aider les hommes et les femmes qui ont choisi de devenir des « référents en déontologie académique » (RDA), à accomplir leur mission.

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