Do we still need peer review? : an argument for change / Thomas H.P. Gould.
By: Gould, Thomas H. P.Material type: BookCall no.: LB2333 .G685 2013Publication: Lanham : The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 2013Description: xii, 175 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780810885745 (pbk.).Subject(s): College teachers -- Rating of | Peer review | Scholarly publishing
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
What is peer review and why do we need it? -- Early peer review -- Peer review 1600-1950 -- Anonymous, double-blind peer review -- The rise of the Internet, the supremacy of the individual -- Recent suggested solutions -- Option one : eliminate peer review (partially and totally) -- Can we review ourselves? -- Private industry and academic associations solve it all (but are tenure committees left holding the bag?) -- The future of peer review : what have we lost and what can we gain?
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