Abstract

The article focuses on the increased importance of journals in both academic and cultural lives. The author studies how the new procedures of evaluation which apply to them have been working. It focuses on the ethos of referees, the processes in which scholarly evaluation means making a choice, and the limits of evaluative culture.

Abstract

L’article souligne l’importance accrue des revues dans la vie universitaire et culturelle. Étudiant l’application des nouvelles procédures d’évaluation auxquelles elles sont soumises, l’article analyse l’ethos de l’évaluateur, les processus par lesquels évaluer, c’est choisir, et enfin les limites de l’évaluation.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1961-8646
Print ISSN
0027-2671
Pages
pp. 159-164
Launched on MUSE
2010-12-11
Open Access
No
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