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‘Being small is not a fault’: Making sense of the newer generation of German-language university presses

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Bargheer, Margo; Pabst, Jutta (2016): ‘Being small is not a fault’: Making sense of the newer generation of German-language university presses - Learned Publishing; Vol. 29, p. 335-341.

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Verlagspublikation: 10.1002/leap.1053

 
Autor: Bargheer, Margo; Pabst, Jutta
Zusammenfassung: International discussion on university presses appears to be dominated by Anglo-American concepts and concerns, passing over many continental European presses that operate in their national contexts. In our article, we provide a case study of German-language university presses that highlights challenges and opportunities when publishing in languages other than English. A common thread across those university presses is their adoption of open access (OA) publishing. OA has become a necessity for them because the combination of publishing niche scholarship and a potential audience limited by linguistic borders serves to create market conditions that are not viable in a conventional model. Consequently, German university presses have adopted OA publishing earlier than many of their English-speaking counterparts and provide a developed example for some of the ongoing transitions highlighted elsewhere.
URI: http://resolver.sub.uni-goettingen.de/purl?gs-1/13814
Datum: 2016

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