In the specific case here we’re talking about an identifiable image of a child, where the parents had apparently given permission for the image to appear “in a scientific journal” but hadn’t realised that this would be widely available.
The idea of wearing one has suddenly resurfaced in the wake of the U.S. election.
Amongst all the hot takes, the disbelief and the angst the question many of us are asking is what to actually do.
There’s an article doing the rounds today about public understanding and rejection of experts and expertise.
Eventually a situation is reached where the original problem and its descendants are dead, but the fact lives on through a great variety of standardized versions, thrown off at different stages of its evolution, and themsleves undergoing constant change in response to that of their uses.
A small percentage of the blacklisted publishers were ever properly documented by Beall.
FORCE11 Board of Directors Statement on Restrictions to Immigration
The debate over the meaning, and value, of open movements has intensified.
As a researcher concerned to develop better RDM practice, I need support to meet me where I am, so ultimately I can support you in making the case that it matters.
In this final post about the IDRC data sharing pilot project I want to close the story that started with an epic rant a few months ago
IDRC funds development research done in developing countries.
IDRC Data Sharing Pilot Project that we’ve just published was to try and demonstrate some best practice.
How the necessity for documentation changes as different aspects of accountability rather than reproducibility are taken into account.
Theories of citation
The inequity of traditional tenders
Social models of knowledge.