The extent of South African authored articles in predatory journals

by Johann Mouton and Astrid Valentine
S Afr J Sci. 2017;113(7/8), Art. #2017-0010

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Predatory publishing poses a serious challenge to science in South Africa. If it continues to increase at the rate of growth seen in the past 5 years, predatory publishing may well become accepted practice in some disciplines and at some universities. Not only will it affect the very fabric of the science system (our confidence in the peer-review system), but it will also undermine the trust and confidence of the general public in science and its products.

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