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What a Mass Exodus at a Linguistics Journal Means for Scholarly Publishing

November 5, 2015

It was the kind of exit designed to make a statement.  Last week all six editors and all 31 editorial-board members resigned from Lingua, a prominent linguistics journal, after a disagreement with the journal’s publisher, Elsevier. The announcement re-energized concerns about the relationship between academics and for-profit companies, and the future of scholarly publishing.

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