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There seems to be a pattern developing at the University of Texas regarding lax or even intentionally ignored ethics lapses in research reporting oversight.
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.
Because Franck’s articles contain only anti-gay propaganda and no serious considerations of sociology his arguments are not legitimate grounds for scientific debate.
A prominent sociologist says Regnerus’ study “is so thoroughly flawed … no conclusions can be drawn with sufficient confidence to report, publicize, or use them.”
Mark Regnerus, despite his claims, did not conduct his anti-gay parenting study independently of his funders’ anti-gay political goals.
Mark Regnerus said the conservative organization that funded his study played ‘no role’ in the research. New evidence calls that claim into question.
Scott Rose’s letter sent to Texas Attorney General Abbott, explaining the public has an overwhelming, legitimate interest in his telling UT to release the requested documentation.
Witherspoon approached Regnerus about doing the anti-gay parenting “study,” while its own site was saying the opposite — that Regnerus had approached Witherspoon.
The central problem with Elsevier and Regnerus is that there simply is no basis for trust that the perpetrators are not lying about their product, Regnerus’s study.
Documentation reveals a top official from the Witherspoon Institute — that funded the “study” — assisted Regnerus with data analysis for his “gay parents” “study.”
Did greed drive the Elsevier corporation to publish the Regnerus anti-gay parenting “study” rather than shelve the flawed work?
University of Texas officials abdicated responsibility by failing to proceed from an inquiry to a full investigation into the Regnerus anti-gay parenting “study.”
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