Nine Unethical Practices and Questionable Intellectual Habits in the Academia!
- The sin of tribalism and group exceptionalism and preference
- The politics of (or the process of) job interviewing and candidate selection
- Jealousy and envy among academics in regard to salary, publication, promotion, and public recognition.
- The politics of intentional silence and lack of recognition
- The deliberate undermining of the scholarship and intellectual contribution of someone in the same discipline and/or cognate areas
- The sin of academic plagiarism and mischaracterization of somebody’s scholarship
- The unethical practice of colorism, shadism, and the problem of ethnic exclusion in reference to academic recognition, rewards, employment, and job promotion
- The sin of academic bullying and gossiping
- The moral dilemma of academic structures and systems, as well as intellectual infrastructures