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  1. Objects with a dubious or disputed provenance

    Objects with a dubious or disputed provenance In times of war and armed conflict, the question of illicit trade in cultural heritage becomes particularly relevant and poignant. In many areas of the world, for instance the Middle East, cultural

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  2. Gender

    Gender The meaning of gender in research ethics must be seen in the context of what gender means in the production of knowledge. Traditionally gender and the human body have been excluded from serious research. Objectivity was the deciding factor,

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  3. North/South

    North/South The world is characterised by great inequality. When researchers from the resource-rich ‘North’ conduct research into resource-poor communities in the ‘South’, this raises its own set of ethical issues. The inequality may quite simply

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  4. Guillemin and Gillam (2004)

    Guillemin and Gillam (2004) Guillemin, M. & Gillam, L. (2004). Ethics, reflexivity, and “ethically important moments” in research. Qualitative Inquiry 10(2), 261-280

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  5. Guillemin and Gillam (2006)

    Guillemin and Gillam (2006) Guillemin, M. & Gillam, L. (2006). Telling moments. Everyday ethics in health care. Melbourne: IP Communications

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  6. Gustavii (2003)

    Gustavii, B. (2003). How to write & illustrate a scientific paper. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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  7. Habermas (1984)

    Habermas (1984) Habermas, Jürgen (1984) The Theory of Communicative Action – Reason and Rationalization of Society, vol. 1, Boston: Beacon Press

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  8. Halvorsen (2006)

    Marit Halvorsen: Norsk biobankrett. Fagbokforlaget 2006.

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  9. Hamblin (1981)

    Hamblin, T. J. (1981). Fake! British Medical Journal, 283(6307), 1671-1674.

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  10. Haraway (1997a)

    Haraway, Donna (1997): "The Persistence of Vision". In Conboy et al (red.), Writings on the Body. New York: Columbia University Press

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  11. Haraway (1997b)

    Haraway, D. Modest_Witness@ Second_Millennium. FemaleMan_Meets Onco Mouse. Feminism and Technoscience Routledge 1997

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  12. Harzing (2002)

    Harzing, A.-W. (2002). Are our referencing errors undermining our scholarship and credibility? The case of expatriate failure rates. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 23(1), 127-148.

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  13. The Norwegian Directorate of Health (2009)

    The Norwegian Directorate of Health (2009) The Norwegian Directorate of Health  (2009): The Code of Conduct for information security in the healthcare and care services. Available at:

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  14. Hem, M. H. (2008)

    Hem, M. H. (2008) Hem, M. H. (2008). Mature care? Doktorgradsavhandling. Oslo: Universitetet i Oslo

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  15. Hem, M. H., Heggen, K. and Ruyter, K. (2007)

    Hem, M. H., Heggen, K. and Ruyter, K. (2007) Hem, M. H., Heggen, K. and Ruyter, K. (2007). Questionable requirement for consent in observational research in psychiatry. Nursing Ethics 14(1), 41-53.

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  16. Hjelm-Wallén & Modéer (2004)

    Hjelm-Wallén & Modéer (2004) Hjelm-Wallén, Lena; Camilla Modéer (2004), ”Åtta av tio svenskar trötta på forskares larmrapporter”, in Dagens Nyheter 09.11.2004

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  17. Hooijmans, Leenaars & Ritskes-Hoitinga (2010)

    Hooijmans, Leenaars & Ritskes-Hoitinga (2010) Hooijmans CR, Leenaars M & Ritskes-Hoitinga M (2010): A Gold Standard Publication Checklist to Improve the Quality of Animal Studies, to Fully Integrate the Three Rs, and to Make Systematic Reviews

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  18. Hopewell et. al. (2009)

    Hopewell S, Loudon K, Clarke MJ, Oxman AD, Dickersin K. Publication bias in clinical trials due to statistical significance or direction of trial results. Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2009; 21: MR000006.

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  19. Houghton, John et.al. (2009)

    Houghton, John et.al. (2009), “Economic Implications of Alternative Scholarly Publishing Models : Exploring the costs and benefits”, A report to the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), Loughborough University

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  20. Hren D, Sambunjak D, Marušić M, Marušić A (2013)

    Hren D, Sambunjak D, Marušić M, Marušić A (2013) Hren D, Sambunjak D, Marušić M, Marušić A: Medical students’ decisions about authorship in disputable situations: intervention study. Sci Eng Ethics 2013, 19:641-51. doi:10.1007/s11948-012-9358-7

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  21. Hug (2008)

    Hug, K.: Genetically modified organisms: do the benefits outweigh the risks? Medicina (Kaunas) 44 (2008) 87-99

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  22. Humane endpoints in laboratory animal experimentation.

    Humane endpoints in laboratory animal experimentation. Humane endpoints in laboratory animal experimentation. http://www.humane-endpoints.info (Accessed September 28 2015)

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  23. Hurlbut (2005)

    Hurlbut, W. (2005). Altered Nuclear Transfer: A way forward for embryonic stem cell research”. Stem cell Reviews, vol 1, s 293-300

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  24. Hviid Nielsen et al (2003)

    Hviid Nielsen, T., Seippel, Ø., Haug, T. 2003, Hva mener og vet nordmenn om bioteknologi?, Arbeidsnotat nr. 20, Senter for teknologi, innovasjon og kultur, Universitetet i Oslo

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  25. ICMJE 2010

    International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) 2010. “Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals.”  (Downloaded 11.11.2015) http://www.icmje.org/urm_main.html

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