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ALPSP. Authors and Electronic Publishing: The ALPSP Research Study on Authors’ and Readers’ Views of Electronic Research Communication. Worthing, UK: Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, 2002.

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Cox, John, and Laura Cox. Scholarly Publishing Practice: Academic Journal Publishers’ Policies and Practices in Online Publishing. Third survey. Worthing, UK: Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers, 2008.

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Harley, Diane, Sarah Earl-Novell, Jennifer Arter, Shannon Lawrence, and C. Judson King. “The Influence of Academic Values on Scholarly Publication and Communication Practices.” Journal of Electronic Publishing 10.2 (Spring 2007).

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