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1 Old WWWine in New Bottles? Developments in electronic information and communication: structural change & and functional inertia Helmut M. Artus Social Science Information Centre Bonn, Germany

2 Part I: Empirical Findings

3 Table 1: e-Journals According to Type of Publisher Type of Publisherabs. Commercial 42 Non-commercial. 59 Total:101

4 Table 2: e-Journals: Free or not free? PublisherInternet Version free of charge abs. % liable to charge abs. % Commercial Non- commercial

5 Table 3: Print Versions of e-Journals: Free or not free? PublisherPrint Version NO free of charge liable to charge Commercial 1-27 Non-commercial22911

6 Table 4: Differences Between Internet and Print Version*) No Difference between Internet and Print Difference between Internet and Print Type of Publisher free of charge liable to charge Internet free of charge Print version free of charge Total Commercial Non-commercial Total: Total (aggregated)39 (83%)8 (17%) *) These are again all cases with clear information concerning prices and with different versions.

7 Part I, continued: Informal Experience from: * database SOLIS (white & grey literature, publication series) * R&D project infoconnex * R&D project vascoda * R&D project SozioNet

8 Part II: Theoretical Explications

9 Science & its Sub-Systems

10 Science & its Sub-Systems Cognitive System: · information and communication (including reduction of information)

11 Science & its Sub-Systems Cognitive System: · information and communication (including reduction of information) Social System: · social interaction, importance and reputation of scientists, journals, institutes, scientific findings and theories

12 Science & its Sub-Systems Cognitive System: · information and communication (including reduction of information) Social System: · social interaction, importance and reputation of scientists, journals, institutes, scientific findings and theories Economic System: · commercial publishing, (commercial) market for scientific information, science-as-a-job & scientists-as-employees

13 Science & its Sub-Systems Cognitive System: · information and communication (including reduction of information) Social System: · social interaction, importance and reputation of scientists, journals, institutes, scientific findings and theories Economic System: · commercial publishing, (commercial) market for scientific information, science-as-a-job & scientists-as-employees Political System: · research funding, support of research institutes

14 Science Political System Social System Economic System Cognitive System

15 Science Political System Social System Economic System Cognitive System

16 Science Political System Social System Economic System Cognitive System

17 Scientist Political System Social System Economic System Cognitive System

18 Science Political System Social System Economic System Cognitive System

19 Science Political System Social System Economic System Cognitive System

20 Scientist Political System Social System... as researcher Cognitive System

21 Scientist Political System Social System... as researcher... as author

22 Scientist... as employee... as reader... as researcher... as author

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24 Science Political System Social System Economic System Cognitive System

25 The End


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