Negotiating Open Access: Ethical Positions and Perspectives: Library & Information Science Book Chapter | IGI Global

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Abstract:  In this chapter, the authors interrogate the discursive terrain of the open access phenomenon to position the processual as well as the discourse communities that open access is inevitably enmeshed in. The essay explores the current climate of open access and investigates the ethical dilemmas that its subversive sibling of guerrilla open access foregrounds. Further, the essay also recommends a viable model that can be deployed by state players as an exemplar of academic socialism that is flexible, accommodative, and a true reflection of the open-access philosophy which also counters the development of otherwise illegal and ‘pirate' models of open access.



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05/14/2022, 10:18

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05/14/2022, 06:18