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La prédation dans le champ de la publication scientifique : un objet de recherche révélateur des mutations de la communication scientifique ouverte

Abstract : The paper provides a critical review of predatory journals phenomenon affecting the field of scholarly communication in the Open Access era. It gives an analytical account of the debates, the research carried and methodologies and discusses the multidimensionality of definition of predatory journals and of the new market of lists of "legitimate" and "illegitimate" journals. The article identifies the main ethical and scientific issues that predatory journals raise in the Open Access publishing era and reports on the contexts that lead researchers (young and senior) to publish in these outlets. By linking predatory journals to the field of scholarly communication, the article highlights the main issues and establishes them as research subjects. The article concludes with research avenues that contribute to the analysis of mutation in digital scholarly communication.
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Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Sarah Rakotoary, Pascal Bador. La prédation dans le champ de la publication scientifique : un objet de recherche révélateur des mutations de la communication scientifique ouverte. 2020. ⟨hal-02941731⟩

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