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Docs show sociologist Mark Regnerus was fed talking points assuring his neutrality on marriage debate; recent actions suggest otherwise.
The conservative funders who bankrolled a flawed and widely cited academic study that’s critical of gay marriage choreographed its release in time to influence “major decisions of the Supreme Court,” documents show.
The anti-gay parenting “study” produced by Mark Regnerus was created to influence the Supreme Court against supporting same-sex marriage, a report states.
The University of Texas at Austin has begun releasing university records surrounding UT sociology professor Mark Regnerus’ controversial “New Family Structures Study.”
The majority of men aged 23-39 who use pornography daily “strongly agree” that same-sex marriage should be legal, according to flawed study author Mark Regnerus.
There seems to be a pattern developing at the University of Texas regarding lax or even intentionally ignored ethics lapses in research reporting oversight.
In response to criticism for publishing Regnerus without valid peer review, editor James Wright published a non-peer-reviewed defense of Regnerus by Walter Schumm.
James Wright allowed the Mark Regnerus anti-gay study to be published through a corrupt process in violation of science publishing ethics. Some want him fired.
Princeton University bears direct responsibility for enabling the worldwide dissemination of demonizing lies told against LGBT people. Here’s why and what you can do.
Because Franck’s articles contain only anti-gay propaganda and no serious considerations of sociology his arguments are not legitimate grounds for scientific debate.
Now, six more Sociology Ph.D.s call for the Regnerus article to be retracted from publication, and a further three express their dismay over the Regnerus scandal.
“I am calling on Elsevier to retract the Regnerus article from publication,” says Associate Professor Lori Holyfield, Ph.D., of the University of Arkansas.
Two professors call for retraction of the Regnerus article and actions against the editor of the Social Science Research Journal.
A prominent sociologist says Regnerus’ study “is so thoroughly flawed … no conclusions can be drawn with sufficient confidence to report, publicize, or use them.”
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