From Google’s English: “On 18/09. is my thesis entitled “Open Science in Sociology – An interdisciplinary inventory to open science and a study of their distribution in sociology” appeared. It is both in print at a price of € 36.80 for order (ordering the publisher Werner Hülsenbusch or via Amazon) as well as Open Access via Zenodo available. The publisher I want to thank for his support and unbureaucratic open access policy and can only recommend him colleagues….
“Here also the blurb:
“Open Science, the open science, aimed at the unconditional possible usability and availability of all accumulated largely in the research process information, primarily of text publications, research data and research software. Moreover, they should also bring transparency in scientific work moderating processes (such as the assessment and the review of text publications) and in the recovery of the review of scientific information relied Para (Impact metrics). Open science proponents therefrom a more efficient, innovation-friendly and transparent science because open information can be disseminated more quickly and easily and nachgenutzt and checked as non-open.
“The work is based on a multidisciplinary inventory of open science elements Open Access to Text publications, open access to research data, Open Access to Research Software, Open Review and Open Metrics, all more typically in the STM subjects (Science, Technology, Medicine) to find than in the social sciences or humanities. Based on this synopsis it is dedicated to going on the fachinhärenten specifics of sociology, which is commonly regarded as a latecomer in the Open Science, and empirically investigated the prevalence and relevance of open access to text publications, open access to research data, Open Access to Research Software, Open Review and Open Metrics in sociology.”