Exploring the Willingness of Scholars to Accept Open Access : A Grounded Theory Approach

@inproceedings{Park2007ExploringTW,
  title={Exploring the Willingness of Scholars to Accept Open Access : A Grounded Theory Approach},
  author={Ji-Hong Park and Jingyi Qin},
  year={2007}
}
This article aims to explore what factors increase or decrease scholars’ willingness to publish and use articles in open-access journals and discusses how these factors are related to one another. Research-oriented publications on the topic of open-access journals have been few, and there is widespread concern about whether scholars will adopt this new form of scholarly communication. The growing number of open-access journals leads scholars to encounter decision-making situations in which they… 

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