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Science Spamming and Predatory Journals

Advanced Science News:
Spamming Science (by Geoffrey Ozin, April 25, 2019).

J. Clark and R. Smith (2015): Firm action needed on predatory journals. Open access, BMJ 2015;350:h210.

! S.B. Demir (2018): Predatory journals: Who publishes in them and why? In PDF, Journal of Informetrics. See also here.

Darren Gossens: Science Spammers.

! M. Kozak et al. (2016): Spamming in scholarly publishing: A case study. In PDF, See also here.
Dear highly-esteemed expert: how to cope with academic spam (by Daniel Cressey, December 14, 2016).
Online collaboration: Scientists and the social network (by Richard Van Noorden, August 13, 2014).

Publisso (an open access publishing platform):
! Predatory publishing is the “black sheep” of open access journals. Publishing advice FAQs: What is predatory publishing?
Science Publishing Group: A Complete Scam (by Stef Brezgov, July 17, 2019).

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Category:Ethically disputed business practices.
! Predatory publishing.
Predatory Publishing (in German).

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