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Open access publication in the spotlight: June 2022

Open access publication in the Spotlight (June) - 'The View from Below: How the Neoliberal Academy Is Shaping Contemporary Political Theory'

Date:20 June 2022
This month, Maeve McKeown reflects on her experiences with open access publishing and open science in general, the Recognition & Rewards programme, and how the neoliberal university impacted her as a researcher.
Open access publication in the spotlight: May 2022

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (May) - 'The Theory, Practice, and Interpretation of Customary International Law'

Date:24 May 2022
Author:Open Access Team
This month we put the spotlight on an edited volume which is dedicated to the topic of costumary international law (CIL). We interviewed co-editor Panos Merkouris, who works at the Faculty of Law.
Open access publication in the spotlight: April 2022

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (April) - 'Emergence of splits and collective turns in pigeon flocks under predation'

Date:25 April 2022
Author:Open Access Team
This month’s publication is dedicated to a study of airborne flocks of homing pigeons attacked by a robotic falcon. It was written by various co-authors from the UG’s Faculty of Science and Engineering, and the universities of Exeter and London.
Open access publication in the spotlight: March 2022

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (March) - 'Is a Mummy a Person or a Property: The Classification and Choice of Law of Cultural Objects in Private International Law'

Date:21 March 2022
Author:Open Access Team
This month's article presents an analysis of the Buddha Mummy Statue case by UG author Zhen Chen, in which Chinese village committees sued a Dutch collector for the return of a stolen golden statue that contains a mummified Buddha. This brought up the question: is a mummy a person or a property, or in fact neither? 
Open access publication in the spotlight: February 2022

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (February) - 'Speech Prosody: The Musical, Magical Quality of Speech'

Date:21 February 2022
Author:Open Access Team
This month's publication is dedicated to the phenomenon of speech prosody, which is the variation in how we use our voices when we speak. Special about this article is that it was published in Frontiers for Young Minds, which is a journal tailored to a young audience. 
Open access publication in the spotlight: January 2022

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (January) - 'Planetary limits to soil degradation'

Date:19 January 2022
Author:Open Access Team
The authors of this month's article in the spotlight argue that soil degradation should be considered the 10th Earth system process in the so-called planetary boundaries framework. It was written by Clarisse Kraamwinkel, Anne Beaulieu (both from Campus Fryslân), Teresa Dias (Universidade de Lisboa) and Ruth Howison (Faculty of Science and Engineering).
Open access publication in the spotlight: December 2021

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (December) - 'Media Control and Citizen-Critical Publics in Russia: Are Some “Pigs” More Equal Than Others?'

Date:15 December 2021
Author:Open Access Team
This month's publication addresses the intensification of state control over the digital domain in Russia, and what types of online activism are tolerated or even endorsed and why. It was written by Rashid Gabdulhakov, who works at the Faculty of Arts. 
Open access publication in the spotlight: November 2021

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (November) - 'Long-Term Effects of Acceptance and Rejection by Parents and Peers on Educational Attainment: A Study from Pre-Adolescence to Early Adulthood'

Date:23 November 2021
Author:Open Access Team
This month's article in the spotlight presents a study on how acceptance and rejection by parents and peers play an important role in pre-adolescents’ educational outcomes. It was written by various authors from the Sociology department at the Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences.
Open access publication in the spotlight: October 2021

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (October) - 'Q-Force: Quantum Mechanically Augmented Molecular Force Fields'

Date:25 October 2021
Author:Open Access Team
This months' publication in the spotlight presents an open-source toolkit named Q-Force, which is applicable for atomistic molecular dynamics simulations. All co-authors work at the UG's Faculty of Science and Engineering.
Open access publication in the spotlight: September 2021

Open Access Publication in the Spotlight (September) - 'The Role of Source Reliability in Belief Polarisation'

Date:20 September 2021
Author:Open Access Team
This month's publication is dedicated to an analysis of the phenomenon of belief polarisation, which occurs when the same evidence causes a divergence of opinion between two individuals. It was co-authored by Leah Henderson, who works at the Faculty of Philosophy.
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