Is Open Science a Tautology? | HIIG Blog

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In our blog series on metaphors of the digital society, we uncover the vocabularies that are thrown around almost haphazardly these days. These terms are often deployed in the scholarly and societal discourse without much thought about their meaning and use. Here, Benedikt Fecher and Tony Ross-Hellauer dismantle one of these metaphors of the digital society: open science. We believe that, depending on how you look at it, open science can be understood as both a tautology and an antithesis.



12/21/2017, 05:11

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Benedikt Fecher, Tony Ross-Hellauer,

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08/19/2018, 06:27

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08/19/2018, 06:11