Mosher Case Enters Final Phase
Science. 1984 May 18; 224(4650): 701.
The appeals procedure begun by Steven Mosher after his 1983 expulsion from Stanford University has reached its final stage of review by university president Donald Kennedy, who asked the former student in a letter to clarify issues raised during the initial investigation of his conduct in China as a researcher. Mosher, dismissed from the graduate anthropology program for unethical behavior in the field, maintains that Stanford's actions were politically motivated, the result of pressure from mainland Chinese officials embarrassed by his reports on birth control and abortion practices. In order to protect Mosher's Chinese informants, the University has not made public the precise reasons for his expulsion. (KIE abstract)
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