Browsing by Subject "Open Access"

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  • Striphas, Ted (Taylor & Francis, 2010-03)
    This essay explores the changing context of academic journal publishing and cultural studies' envelopment within it. It does so by exploring five major trends affecting scholarly communication today: alienation, proliferation, ...
  • Kelty, Christopher M.; Fischer, Michael M. J.; Golub, Alex; Jackson, Jason Baird; Christen, Kimberly; Brown, Michael F.; Boellstorff, Tom (American Anthropological Association (Society for Cultural Anthropology), 2008-08)
    In a conversation format, seven anthropologists with extensive expertise in new digital technologies, intellectual property, and journal publishing discuss issues related to open access, the anthropology of information ...
  • Newman, Paul (University of Hawai'i Press, 2007-06)
    This paper addresses copyright issues that linguists confront in their capacity as users and creators of scholarly work. It is organized in a simple question-answer format. Questions 1–3 present the basics of U.S. copyright ...

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