Predatory Publishing and the Psychology Behind it

Marius Drugaş

Abstract


This Editorial article discusses the publishing strategies of some journals, the authors' reactions to them and the quality of publishing.

Keywords


predatory publishing; predatory journals

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Citations:

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    Predatory publishing as a case of symbolic violence: A critical English for academic purposes approach
    Cogent Education, 5(1), p. 1(ff.)
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    Being a Deliberate Prey of a Predator – Researchers’ Thoughts after having Published in a Predatory Journal
    LIBER QUARTERLY, 28, p. xx(ff.)
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    Misophonia in Children with Tic Disorders
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    doi: 10.1097/DBP.0000000000000563
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