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    Publishing in transition – do we still need scientific journals?

     Alexander Grossmann (corresponding) (2015)
    Abstract For decades, scientific journals were the only way to communicate new research findings. Up until today, very little has changed in that respect. The overwhelming majority of all scientific journals still functions as they did in the times when there was no Internet, no social networks, or crowd-based knowledge platforms. Is this form of dissemination of research findings still suitable in the 21st century? The author says: no.
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      10.14293/S2199-1006.1.SOR-SOCSCI.ACKE0Y.v1.REAGXX

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