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Problematic framing scientific misconduct cases to names of people
As discussed in the article Scientific misconduct, it might not be justified to attribute the responsibility of a scientific misconduct exclusively to the main person involved. Secondly, as argued at the talk page of Schön scandal, framing the misconduct cases to people makes it difficult to give a balanced overview on each misconduct case with all the parties involved and the consequences in the institutions/scientific community. I would prefer having a separate article created of each notable misconduct case. --Qtea (talk) 21:12, 22 February 2017 (UTC)