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How Shall We Sing in A Strange Land?

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This paper considers some significant trends in scholarly communication over the past generation. It questions the real nature of the much-cited ‘crisis’ within the arts and social sciences, and examines some of the institutional motors that have driven specific publication behaviours. The paper assesses the divergent impact of the Digital Revolution in different disciplinary and regional contexts, and the strengths (and some potential drawbacks) of Open Access modes of publication beyond the sciences. It concludes with an assertion of the publisher activities that genuinely add value, and which scholarly presses must prioritize and emphasize publicly if they are to survive.


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