Editorial Judgments

@article{Hirschauer2010EditorialJ,
  title={Editorial Judgments},
  author={Stefan Hirschauer},
  journal={Social Studies of Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={40},
  pages={103 - 71}
}
Based on participant observation of editors’ decisions for a sociology journal, the paper investigates the peer review process. It shows a hidden interactivity in peer review, which is overlooked both by authors who impute social causes to unwelcome decisions, and by the preoccupation with ‘reliability’ prevalent in peer review research. This study shows that editorial judgments are: (1) attitudes taken by editorial readers toward various kinds of text, as a result of their membership in an… Expand
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