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GUIMARÃES, José Augusto Chaves; HAYASHI, Maria Cristina Piumbato Innocentini. Revistas predatórias: um inimigo a ser combatido na comunicação científica . RDBCI: Revista Digital de Biblioteconomia e Ciência da Informação, Campinas, SP, v. 21, n. 00, p. e023003, 2023. DOI: 10.20396/rdbci.v21i00.8671811. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/rdbci/article/view/8671811. Acesso em: 16 jun. 2024.

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Introdução: A produção científica constitui elemento fundamental para a reputação de um pesquisador e de uma universidade de tal modo que a pressão por publicar se torna cada vez mais preponderante no meio acadêmico. Objetivo: Busca-se analisar o crescente fenômeno das revistas predatórias como uma ameaça ao universo científico e as formas para que possam ser identificadas e evitadas. Metodologia: Com base na literatura internacional, discute-se o conceito, características e as formas de identificação das revistas predatórias, além de algumas questões que podem iluminar as reflexões sobre os impactos que essa realidade vem trazendo ao meio acadêmico. Resultados: Evidencia-se a necessidade de fazer frente a essa ameaça por meio de uma ação conjunta de autores (os investigadores), editores, instituições de ensino e pesquisa, agências de fomento à pesquisa, e bases de dados bibliográficas no sentido de garantir que a comunicação científica nos mais diversos campos do conhecimento se faça em moldes éticos, transparentes e defensáveis. Conclusão: Torna-se necessário o desenvolvimento, por parte dos investigadores, de uma competência específica para distinguir entre as revistas confiáveis e as fraudulentas desconsiderando os convites, muitas vezes tentadores, para publicar ou integrar comitês editoriais de periódicos predatórias.

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