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awarded ethics
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comment What are all of the controversial tweets made by Steven Salaita?
His Twitter account is at twitter.com/stevesalaita, and it will contain any tweets that were not deleted. Beyond that, I don't think this is the right place to try to classify tweets by offensiveness, debate whether they were in fact offensive, or investigate whether any were deleted. But you can find tons of commentary and discussion on the web if you are curious.
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answered As a reviewer, what steps can I take after paper is published despite major scientific and ethical concerns, with no explanation from editor?
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awarded Nice Answer
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comment Why would a tenure-track job posting ask for an undergraduate transcript?
Even if you trust faculty credentials (since, for example, a letter from one's Ph.D. advisor is already pretty good verification), there's also the issue of staff. The administration may be more worried about staff candidates lying about their degrees, but believe that it would insult the staff if all their degrees were carefully verified while faculty candidates were simply trusted.
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answered How to find someone online to collaborate on a joint paper?
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comment One of the multiple submitted paper is published and others are withdrawn
I'm also puzzled by the timing of the four acceptances. Usually, there's a lot of delay and randomness in how long it takes to referee a paper. If you kept the article in submission for a substantial period of time as the acceptances gradually came in, then that will upset the publishers/editors even more. (On the other hand, if all four were quick, then either you got really lucky, your paper is exceptionally easy to referee, or you didn't choose respectable journals and they didn't referee it seriously.)
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comment One of the multiple submitted paper is published and others are withdrawn
It sounds from the edited question like you are worried that the other journals might be able to force the publisher to retract the article. They can't, but the worry instead is that the publisher might want to retract it if they knew the facts.
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comment Are there examples of an unaffiliated math historian who is supported by an unrelated job?
Are you looking for people who publish in math history while supporting themselves via completely unrelated jobs? People who work as historians of mathematics outside of academia (perhaps in industry)? People who earn a living through royalties from math history books, without the need for a day job? There must be many examples for the first interpretation, while there are probably few, if any, for the second or third.
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answered Do I need to wait for a journal to "consent" to paper withdrawal before submitting elsewhere?
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answered In a research statement for PhD admissions, should I start with the context, or directly with the idea for my research?
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answered What to write in CV when transferring between schools?
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comment Teacher photographing pupil
Being about the law probably also makes it the wrong question. It's hard to say for sure without knowing where this took place and what the law is there, but I very much doubt there's anything illegal about a teacher photographing a student. The right question is whether it's against school policy, which is far more specific to the school system.
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awarded Enlightened
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comment How to complain about a Ph.D student to a professor
There's no benefit to you in antagonizing anyone, so I'd avoid referring to her as a "nagging girl". ("Nagging" sounds insulting, it's often used specifically for women so it could come across as sexist even if you meant it in a completely gender-neutral way, and if this person is not a child then she may take offense at being called a girl.)
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awarded publications
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answered Why is a tenure defense talk necessary?
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awarded Good Answer
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comment What's the difference between the American and the European style in essay writing?
And what do you mean by "essays"? Op ed pieces in the New York Times? (Which could be interesting, but is definitely off-topic here.) I don't believe there's an argumentative American style of writing academic research papers, certainly not universally across fields.
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comment How is it in my best interest not to submit a paper to two journals simultaneously?
(Note that the original question explicitly states at the beginning that these journals disallow simultaneous submissions, but asks whether it would be in the author's interests to do so anyway.)
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