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2017 | 16 | 367–378
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Preprint for the humanities – fiction or a real possibility?

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Preprint w humanistyce – fikcja czy realna możliwość?
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Even though the use of open preprint databases for scholarly publications is commonplace in several disciplines, their possibilities remain largely unexplored in the humanities. This article examines the emergence and the dynamics of academic preprint and evaluates the possibilities for introducing preprint for the humanities.
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Pomimo że korzystanie z otwartych baz preprintów publikacji naukowych jest powszechne w wielu dyscyplinach, możliwości takich baz preprintów pozostają w dużej mierze niewykorzystane w naukach humanistycznych. Artykuł omawia powstawanie i dynamikę preprintu akademickiego oraz ocenia możliwości wprowadzenia preprintów w naukach humanistycznych.
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16
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367–378
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2017-12-18
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