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Collective of journals joined in struggle

Why French Academic Journals are Protesting

p. 19-26
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Sciences en danger, revues en lutte

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As of 20 March 2020, two months into the movement, 154 journals had officially joined the struggle. They are listed on universiteouverte.org.

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Since the beginning of 2020, over a hundred academic journals, mostly French human and social sciences publications, have announced that they have “joined the struggle” or that they are “on strike”. Their editorial boards have teamed up with the ongoing social movement protesting the plans to overhaul the country’s pension system, the unemployment benefits reform of November 2019 and the proposals formulated in the reports for the upcoming law for the pluriannual programming of research known as LPPR . In its extent and its form – strikes and votes on motions in which editorial boards have abandoned their customary reserve – this is a historically unprecedented mobilization. A collective dynamic has swept the community, beyond disciplinary boundaries, schools and the working conditions of individual journals, reflecting the widespread uproar sparked by these reforms. For higher education and research, the pension reform devised by the government in its current state will lead to hei...

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Collective of journals joined in struggle, « Why French Academic Journals are Protesting », Cultures & Conflits, 116 | 2019, 19-26.

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Collective of journals joined in struggle, « Why French Academic Journals are Protesting », Cultures & Conflits [En ligne], 116 | hiver 2019, mis en ligne le 15 juin 2020, consulté le 10 juillet 2020. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/conflits/21316 ; DOI : https://doi.org/10.4000/conflits.21316

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