Hijacked journals, hijacked web-sites, journal phishing, misleading metrics, and predatory publishing: actual and potential threats to academic integrity and publishing ethics

@article{Dadkhah2016HijackedJH,
  title={Hijacked journals, hijacked web-sites, journal phishing, misleading metrics, and predatory publishing: actual and potential threats to academic integrity and publishing ethics},
  author={M. Dadkhah and T. Maliszewski and J. A. Teixeira da Silva},
  journal={Forensic Science, Medicine, and Pathology},
  year={2016},
  volume={12},
  pages={353-362}
}
Academic research has always faced challenges associated with assuring its quality and seeking optimal ways of representing results. Conducting a high level of research and selecting a suitable target publisher and journal require careful attention. The choice of publishing venue has been expanded by the open access (OA) movement, spurring additional scientific activity. The benefits of OA, which consist, generally speaking, in making the results of empirical research and/or the results of… Expand
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