2013/02/28

SpanKyE SpanKEe

be a goood little peer review




 ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''Not least, this includes the power to determine what “quality” is. As Mario 

 

 

Biagioli has argued, peer review is a baldly Foucauldian disciplinary technology, but a peculiar one, as unlike the prison or the asylum, those of us who are most successfully disciplined go on to                                               earn the right to discipline others

 

                                               Whack! wHACK! bAM!

 

Is it any wonder that the ways that we attribute value to scholarly projects seem at times unmovably mired in tradition?''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''

 

 

Git that arse peer viewd!

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suggest that any of this motivation is conscious – that established scholars are purposefully attempting to prevent new kinds of work from competing with their own – but neither are dismissals of new ways of working entirely innocent. For-----------------------------

 

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 d even some from outside academia altogether.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

...........................>>>>>>>>>>>>>> as a result, we’ll need to develop a much richer sense of the role that conversation plays in the development of scholarship, and an accordingly richer mode of attribution and citation for the contributions made by our peers.<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

 – but of course we’ll first need to teach ourselves.

 

 always used footnotes and other citations as means of tracking scholarly conversations backward in time, of course, but the inclusion of direct response to scholarly texts within the frames of those texts themselves will inevitably add new dimensions to the visible histories of the ideas with which we engage. We’ll definitely need to teac

 

 holars will wish to follow.


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