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Many Professors Commit Academic Misconduct in the International Journal Publication

Monday, April 22, 2024

Academic misconduct is on the rise, frequently done by professors and lecturers. Tempo reports in collaboration with The Conversation Indonesia and Jaring.

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THE phenomenon of academic misconduct, committed by lecturers and professors in universities has been on the rise lately. The most recent case involves Professor Kumba Digdowiseiso from the National University in Jakarta. Various allegations of misconduct have emerged on two problematic journal search sites such as Retraction Watch Database and PubPeer.

An investigation conducted by Tempo, The Conversation Indonesia, and Jaring revealed sim

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Fransisca Christy Rosana, Imam Hamdi, Hanaa Septiana (Surabaya), Didit Haryadi (Makassar) and Mei Leandha (Medan) contributed to this report.

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