Pay to Play Publishing & Resume Padding

February 05, 2018 00:14:13
Pay to Play Publishing & Resume Padding
Annex Sociology Podcast
Pay to Play Publishing & Resume Padding
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Joe, Leslie, and Gabriel discuss a scandal in which CUNY faculty were being probed for using pay-to-play publications for jobs and promotions. We discuss the broader role of vanity presses and pay-to-publish outlets in our industry.

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