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The Stewart Retractions: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis

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  • Justin T. Pickett
Volume Number 17
Issue Number 1
Pages 152–190
File URL The Stewart Retractions: A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis
Publication year 2020

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  1. It is incredible that this is not front page news for all sociologists and the cause of pushes for institutional reforms in the direction of open science. Every psychologist knowns the name Diedrik Stapel now, and his actions were central to the massive reforms that took place. Granted that Eric Stewart was not as famous or had as much grant funding throughout his career, but he certainly was a name in sociology.

    posted 08 Oct 2021 by Nate Breznau

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