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'$100 is not much to you': Open science and neglected accessibilities for scientific research in Africa

Abstract:

The Open Science (OS) movement promises nothing less than a revolution in the availability of scientific knowledge around the globe. By removing barriers to online data and encouraging publication in Open Access formats and Open Data archives, OS seeks to expand the role, reach and value of research. The promises of OS imply a set of expectations about what different publics hope to gain from research, how accountability and participation can be enhanced, and what makes science public in the ...

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Published
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed

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Oxford, SSD, Anthropology, Institute for Science, Innovation and Society
Leonelli, S More by this author
Rappert, B More by this author
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Grant:
‘Anthropology of Ebola Outbreaks’ [grant number ES/M009203/1]
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Grant:
‘Beyond the Digital Divide’ [grant number RPG-2013-153]
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis Publisher's website
Journal:
Critical Public Health Journal website
Volume:
27
Issue:
1
Pages:
39-49
Publication date:
2017
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EISSN:
1469-3682
ISSN:
0958-1596
Pubs id:
pubs:680926
URN:
uri:8a0c868f-08df-4abd-8970-239d1160fa6c
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uuid:8a0c868f-08df-4abd-8970-239d1160fa6c
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pubs:680926

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