AO: Not mentioned but the creation of numerous journals that touch on econ and psych are noted.
AO: The authors talk about how lack of lab materials, etc. may incentivize greater collaboration in certain fields.
AO: “The increase in open-access journal–university library partnerships (such as in the case of ShareCA and CA’s move to place OJS at Duke Libraries) is a crucial step towards...Read more
AO: The analysts note a tension in that collaboration is becoming a demand for humanities scholars even as many types of research audits continue to predominantly consider individual
AO: Authors argue for working the metaphoric image of the “double bind” which project situations of disjuncture and unresolvable contradictions.
AO: Analysts note that in crossdisciplinary collaborations, individuals experience their alterity and both sides’ work is defamiliarized and out of that emerges a need
AO: They describe how they work together: “Ellen sits at the computer and Carey on the window seat nearby; one starts a sentence and the other finishes it. At the end of several hours...Read more
AO: The analysts look at how computer-based collaborative systems (intranets, electronic mail, list serves) increase information activities such as accessing, searching, sharing,
AO: “mistake to view the crowds that are sourced as uninvested or as purely, or neatly, a means to a research end [Wolfenstein 2016].” (18)Read more
AO: The analysts focus on computer-based systems within organizations to see if they increase the sharing of “data” and or “information” noting. Specifically, they look at information...Read more
AO: The analysts argue that double binds are created and sustained by work within organizations. They define “organization” both as a social body in which intersubjective exchange is
AO: Fortun and Cherkasky develop the term “counter-expertise” to conceptualize ways that people who work with one foot in academia and one food in direct advocacy for political change...Read more