A Review of the Literature
Assignment ID Number AFFGEHU83939HD Type of Document Essay Writing Format APA/MLA/Harvard Academic Level Masters/University References/Sources 4 References
Should maternity (or paternity) leave be paid? is the research question.
This week’s readings and videos must be completed. Explain why you think open access journals (in science or other fields) are or are not a good concept, using both the Eveleth article and the video interview with Michael Eisen. Regardless of whose side you support, make sure to address the opposing side’s reasons as well.
I absolutely agree with the video that academic publications should not be free to readers, and that publishers are asking much too much for journals to be published. I believe that providing free open access to journals, particularly for students, would be a great idea because it would allow them to improve their education rather than settling for the limited information that they found available for their research, which may or may not be reliable for what they typically require. Some may argue that allowing anyone free access to scientific publications is unfair to scientists because journals cost a lot of money to publish. Students who do not have access to journals relevant to their field of study are less likely to be proficient in their scholarly research. If the price barrier for students to get free access to journals relevant to their field of study is removed, they will be more likely to know what they are doing, resulting in a better outcome. As said in the video, the system is bad, and according to the article, publishing fees for each issue can be hundreds of dollars, but the cost is too exorbitant for readers to afford. Michael Eisen’s vision of creating a society where everything is released rapidly and openly through technology appeals to me.
ROSE EVELETH. 22nd of December, 2014. It Isn’t Beneficial for Everyone to Have Free Access to Scientific Research
Justin Monticello is a writer. Open-Access Journals Are Transforming Science, Here’s How. RTF (Rich Text Format) (130.346 KB)
1. P. Alewell and K. Pull (N.D). Maternity Leave Regulations Around the World: Duration, Predictability, And Employer-Financed Maternity Pay Volume 1, Number 2 of the International Business & Economics Research Journal.
2. Heymann, J., Sprague, A.R., Nandi, A., Earle, A., Batra, P., Schickedanz, A., Paul J. Chung, P.J., and Raub, A., Heymann, J., Sprague, A.R., Nandi, A., Earle, A., Batra, P., Schickedanz, A., Paul J. Chung, P. (2017). In the era of sustainable growth, paid parental leave and family well-being are important. 38:21 in Public Health Reviews (2017). 10.1186/s40985-017-0067-2 is the DOI.
3. O. Thevenon (2014). Key trends and the impact of the crisis on the political economy of child-related leave policies in OECD member states. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/261063219
4. G. Livingston and D. Thomas (2019). Only the United States lacks paid parental leave among 41 countries https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2019/12/16/u…
5. How Parental Leave Differs Around the World | Country Payroll | May 21, 2019 https://www.cloudpay.net/resources/how-parental-le…
6. International: Information on new or proposed parental leave entitlements around the world.
27th of August, 2020
7-page explanation and response
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