Open and Shut? The OA Interviews: Arul George Scaria

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One common criticism of the open access and open science movements is that they tend to take a standardised view of science and scholarship, and so propose one-size-fits-all approaches when advocating for ways of making research and the research process more open and transparent. This often poses significant challenges for, for instance, researchers in non-STEM disciplines. It is also often deeply problematic for those based in the global South.


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Date tagged:

11/19/2018, 07:25

Date published:

11/19/2018, 05:07