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  1. Predatory Journals Spamming for Publications: What Should Researchers Do?Aamir Raoof Memon - 2018 - Science and Engineering Ethics 24 (5):1617-1639.
    In the internet era spam has become a big problem. Researchers are troubled with unsolicited or bulk spam emails inviting them to publish. However, this strategy has helped predatory journals hunt their prey and earn money. These journals have grown tremendously during the past few years despite serious efforts by researchers and scholarly organizations to hinder their growth. Predatory journals and publishers are often based in developing countries, and they potentially target researchers from these counties by using different tactics identified (...)
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  • Fast Review Process in Established Journals is Not a Flaw.Omid Mahian, Alibakhsh Kasaeian & Somchai Wongwises - 2019 - Science and Engineering Ethics 25 (4):1255-1256.
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