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Guilt by Association: How Scientific Misconduct Harms Prior Collaborators
"the negative effects of scientific misconduct spill over to uninvolved prior collaborators: compared to a control group, prior collaborators of misconducting scientists, who have no link to the misconduct case, are cited 8 to 9% less afterwards."
Memories of unethical actions become obfuscated over time
"as compared with people who engaged in ethical behavior and those who engaged in positive or negative actions, people who acted unethically are the least likely to remember the details of their actions."
Do Protests Matter? Evidence from the 1960s Black Insurgency
Based on 1960s data: "In presidential elections, proximity to black-led nonviolent protests increased white Democratic vote-share whereas proximity to black-led violent protests caused substantively important declines."