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La fin de la publication scientifique ? Une analyse entre légitimité, prédation et automatisation

Abstract : Scholarly communication’s history on the Web is characterised by specific regulations related to digital environment: acceleration, openness and fragmentation. At the heart of these regulations, the "Journal" model is becoming less the vector for the dissemination of scientific information than the place where strategies of many stakeholders involved converge. Legitimate journals, media journals, predatory journals or even automatically generated journals now make up the "offer" of scientific publication available via platforms that contribute to erasing its characteristics and reference points. Thus, scientific information, a post-war concept, has found a new conceptual and operational field of intervention, which goes beyond the multiplication and generalisation of the platform model (open archives, preprint servers, social networks, etc.). It provides the opportunity to address science evolution, its objects and practices. More than this, it allows us to think the new forms of scientific certification that are being redefined, at the intersection of the scientific, social and media fields, opening new research questions.
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Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri. La fin de la publication scientifique ? Une analyse entre légitimité, prédation et automatisation. Histoire de la recherche contemporaine : la revue du Comité pour l’histoire du CNRS , A paraître. ⟨hal-03435153⟩



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