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Publishing and Scholarly Communication

Additional reading

Anderson, R. (2017). Cabell’s new predatory journal blacklist: A review. Scholarly Kitchen. Retrieved from https://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/2017/07/25/cabells-new-predatory-journal-blacklist-review/

Cenyu, S., Björk, B., & Shen, C. (2015). 'Predatory' open access: A longitudinal study of article volumes and market characteristics. BMC Medicine, 13(1), 1-15. doi:10.1186/s12916-015-0469-2

Deprez, E. E., Chen, C., & Altstedter, A. (2017). Medical journals have a problem. Bloomberg Businessweek, (4536), 52-56.

Drugaş, M. (2015). Predatory publishing and the psychology behind it. Psychological Thought, 8(1), 1-6. doi:10.5964/psyct.v8i1.136

Eriksson, S. (2017). What should we do about predatory publishing?. European Science Editing, 43(4), 80-82.

Martin, A. A., & Martin, T. (2016). A not-so-harmless experiment in predatory open access publishing. Learned Publishing, 29(4), 301-305.

McCann, T. V., & Polacsek, M. (2018). False gold: Safely navigating open access publishing to avoid predatory publishers and journals. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 74(4), 809-817. doi:10.1111/jan.13483

Olivarez, J., Bales, S., Sare, L., & VanDuinkerken, W. w. (2018). Format aside: Applying Beall’s criteria to assess the predatory nature of both OA and non-OA library and information science journals. College & Research Libraries, 79(1), 52-67. doi:10.5860/crl.79.1.52

Reynolds, R. (2016). The predatory publishing phenomenon: Dead end or just an inconvenience on the road to a new scholarly publishing landscape?. Insights: The UKSG Journal, 29(3), 233-238.

Shah, T. t., Ahmed, A. a., Nisa, N. n., & Shueb, S. s. (2016). Menace of predatory publishing in the scholarly world. International Journal of Knowledge Management & Practices, 4(2), 46-50.

Sung Pil, P., Eric Yong Joong, L., & Ji Hee, S. (2018). Arbitral action and preventive methods against predatory journal practice. Science Editing , Vol 5, Iss 1, Pp 49-52 (2018), (1), 49. doi:10.6087/kcse.118

Swauger, S. (2017). Open access, power, and privilege: A response to what I learned from predatory publishing. College & Research Libraries. 78(11).