Sep 27, I frequently hear this from some mental health professionals who are dubious of commonly used diagnoses. These people seem to feel that by labeling behavior, the person is being pigeon-holed or stuffed into a predetermined category where all with that "label" are seen as being the same and require the same therapeutic treatment.
Posted on June 25, Beall has Gone Bananas: Beall has essentially discredited himself This one is from Anton Angelo posted on or before December 10, at mumbles. He leads with this: Jeffrey Beall has essentially discredited himself.
The time has come to take his important work in identifying predatory publishers from him, and run another list, one that can be trusted. His argument boils down to the following: Which is, of course, nonsense.
After a citation, he begins: This wacky article is going to be fun to review. I still think Jeff Beall is doing something useful with his naming and shaming of junk OA journals, but I now realize that he is driven by some sort of fanciful conspiracy theory! Of course it will also give the publishing lobby some good soundbites, but they use them at their peril, because of all the other nonsense in which they are nested!
Read more Posted on June 15, Beall Doubles Down And then this happened: It may be worth noting that this journal which includes both peer-reviewed articles and other stuff, all of it clearly labeled is, ahem, a gold OA journal— albeit one that as with most gold OA journals does not charge article processing fees.
He has published his works in his Cites and Insights — http: Of the remaining 2. Read more Posted on May 30, Beall's Predatory Business at the expenses of Publishers: The open-access movement is a coalition that aims to bring down the traditional scholarly publishing industry and replace it with voluntarism and server space subsidized by academic libraries and other nonprofits.
It is concerned more with the destruction of existing institutions than with the construction of new and better ones. The Sad Case of Jeffrey Beall. Read more May 20, Beall not served as an editor in any reputable journal but criticize all journal at his vicinity Jeffrey Beall is on a crusade of his own.
His commentaries are without basis and frivolous. His claims are bogus. This blog invites scholars, academics and researchers to comment about this individual who under the pretext of serving the academic community is merely distorting facts with baseless commentaries and without any scientific or scholarly expertise.
Read More May 15, Jeffrey Beall is blackmailing small Open Access publishers through blogs I was surprised when one of our editors told me that the name of Ashdin Publishing is found in the list of "Beall's List: Potential, possible, or probable predatory scholarly open-access publishers" http: Some of these criteria, for determining predatory open-access publishers, can be applied on a huge number of publishers include some of the large and famous onesbut he did not mention any of them.
Some of the publishers names are removed from this list without saying the reasons for this removal. Some a cliquey like high school, were the same group of friends always get a paper published, and outsiders are left cold.
Some are dreadfully slow, and will not give you an answer until long after the need for evaluations by deans. On the whole, they are intimidating to the new professor.
Remembering my own confusion upon joining academe, I wanted to provide a system of journals and conferences that would help nurture new faculty or faculty new to the publishing endeavor.
It may be worth noting that this journal which includes both peer reviewed articles and other stuff, all of it clearly labeled is, ahem, a gold OA journal— albeit one that as with most gold OA journals does not charge article processing fees.
The OA movement is an anti-corporatist movement that wants to deny the freedom of the press to companies it disagrees with.
I also checked up some facts on my own, and posted a few comments. My comments went through initially. When I checked again today, I noticed that all my comments are gone. I can only assume that Mr Beall deleted them. Jeffrey Beal asked my Phone Number and I gave it. Read more April 20, Writing a blog that slanders everyone not considered as scientific research Does the University of Denver pay you a salary, Mr.A planet is an astronomical body orbiting a star or stellar remnant that is massive enough to be rounded by its own gravity, is not massive enough to cause thermonuclear fusion, and has cleared its neighbouring region of planetesimals..
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