Editorial: The solidarity imperative and changes at Ethos

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Abstract

Journals are the product of intellectual communities; a publication's health mirrors the field it represents. Current developments in the human sciences, especially the replication crisis and growing awareness of problems with cross-cultural generalization, create opportunities for psychological anthropologists to speak to a broader audience within academia. However, to take advantage of these opportunities, we must write with this potential audience in mind, an academic public that does not share the same theoretical vocabulary, epistemological standards, or methodological principles. Academic publishing has been struggling with the burdens imposed by the pandemic and scandals around misuse of power brought to light in the last few years. At the same time, new models for performance management only increase the pressure falling on editorial staff. This editorial reflects on the necessity of solidarity, innovation, and community investment in a journal to maintain viability in the new publishing landscape.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)329-338
Number of pages10
JournalEthos
Volume51
Issue number4
Early online date22 Sept 2023
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2023

Keywords

  • collegiality
  • ethics
  • performance management
  • publishing
  • replication crisis

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