Редакторская недобросовестность – определение понятия, случаи и причины возникновения

Шеломи М.
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Шеломи М.1
1 Калифорнийский университет в Дэвисе

Аннотация:

Нарушения научной этики, допускаемые авторами, активно подвергаются осуждению, в то время как ошибкам редакторов научных журналов уделяется недостаточно внимания. В этой статье рассматриваются типы и случаи редакторской недобросовестности, в которых действия либо, напротив, бездействие представителей редакции журнала привели к публикации мошеннических работ, а также ситуации, в которых
не были отозваны полностью или частично статьи, в конечном итоге наносящие ущерб репутации научных сообществ и задействованных журналов. Редакторская недобросовестность имеет место достаточно редко, но все же имеет и при этом варьируется по степени серьезности и включает в себя преднамеренный отказ от рецензирования либо игнорирование необходимости рецензирования, недостаточное обеспечение авторов необходимыми предписаниями, неубедительные либо недостоверные уведомления об отзыве работы и отказ от отзыва. В статье рассматриваются факторы редакторской недобросовестности и возможности, которые позволяют избежать нарушений со стороны редакции журнала.

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рецензирование, журналы, нарушение научной этики, отзыв работы, редакторы
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Шеломи М. Редакторская недобросовестность – определение понятия, случаи и причины возникновения // Научная периодика: проблемы и решения. – С. 75-84. – doi: 10.18334/np52167

Shelomi, M. Editorial Misconduct - Definition, Cases, and Causes. Scholarly Communication Review , 75-84. doi: 10.18334/np52167 (in Russian)

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