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• ^ Stoltz, Mitch (10 November 2017). "Another Court Overreaches With Site-Blocking Order Targeting Sci-Hub". Electronic Frontier Foundation. Archived from the original on 7 December 2018 . Retrieved 27 October 2018. • WhizKidScience


As for others I do try to upload a pre-print (but most publishers do not accept articles if pre-primted… Dis you know that? No you didn’t) or share afterfard on sites like reasearchgate. Sci.Hub is a site to download reference papers and journal articles for free. Just paste the DOI of the journal article you want, and ScienceHub will fetch the PDF for you for free.


However, it seems that people don’t really know how to use Sci-hub. So here is a simple, visual guide. 1. Go to the Sci-hub website


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As they return from shopping, Ofglen suggests they take the long way and pass by the church. It is an old building, decorated inside with paintings of what seem to be Puritans from the colonial era. Now the former church is kept as a museum. Offred describes a nearby boathouse, old dormitories, a football stadium, and redbrick sidewalks. Atwood implies that Offred is walking across what used to be the campus of Harvard University. Across the street from the church sits the Wall, where the authorities hang the bodies of executed criminals as examples to the rest of the Republic of Gilead. The authorities cover the men's heads with bags. One of the bags looks painted with a red smile where the blood has seeped through. All of the six corpses wear signs around their necks picturing fetuses, signaling that they were executed for performing abortions before Gilead came into existence. Although their actions were legal at the time, their crimes are being punished retroactively. Offred feels relieved that none of the bodies could be Luke's, since he was not a doctor. As she stares at the bodies, Offred thinks of Aunt Lydia telling them that soon their new life would seem ordinary. Launched


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If we really want to nit pick about one book on a list of 100, then some people have way too much free time on their hands... time that could be better spent reading. Later, Bohannon analyzed six months of Sci-Hub’s server access logs, starting in September 2015 ( Bohannon, 2016b). He found a global pattern of usage. Based on these logs, Gardner, McLaughlin, and Asher estimated the ratio of publisher downloads to Sci-Hub downloads within the U.S. for several publishers ( Gardner et al., 2017). They estimated this ratio at 20:1 for the Royal Society of Chemistry and 48:1 for Elsevier. They also noted that 25% of Sci-Hub downloads in the U.S. were for articles related to clinical medicine. Greshake also analyzed the logs to identify per capita Sci-Hub usage ( Greshake, 2016). Portugal, Iran, Tunisia, and Greece had the highest usage, suggesting Sci-Hub is preferentially used in countries with poor institutional access to scholarly literature. In a subsequent study, he found especially high Sci-Hub usage in chemistry, with 12 of the top 20 requested journals specializing in chemistry ( Greshake, 2017a; Greshake, 2017b).


• Ask why your university should support the out-of-date system offered by the vast majority of publishers as a method of research dissemination. Ask why you are participating in a reward system that has nothing to do with the actual quality of your research, and everything to do with a publishing system that hasn’t changed in many decades. • Contact us


• give award The Open Access Button does something very similar to Unpaywall, with some major differences. They search thousands of public repositories, and if the article is not in any of them they send a request to the author to make the paper publicly available with them. The more people try to find an article through them, the more requests an author gets. You can search for articles/papers directly from their page, or download their browser extension.


• Singh Chawla D. Unpaywall finds free versions of paywalled papers. Nature. 2017d doi: 10.1038/nature.2017.21765. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar]


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Top 100 Scopus Indexed Journals List for Business and Management with Impact Factor Sci-Hub’s most downloaded publishers up to 2020 Why Researchers Use SciHub though it is illegal? The American Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research (AJSIR) is an open access (Quarterly) journal published by Science Huβ that publishes, in English, high-quality research articles, review papers and short communications, from varied key scientific disciplines. It covers all relevant topics of fundamental, technical and applied aspects of significant industrial importance. Read Journal


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Mr. Gardner, for the record, I think it is credulous to think that Sci-Hub is being run by a grad student in her free time. Some of the best scenes in the film are when we see the real world, as Cline and Spielberg imagine it, in 2045. It’s a grim picture: the Oasis, more than anything, is an escape from a life of poverty and overpopulation, where people live in stacked trailers or end up in indentured servitude to the shadowy IOI company to pay off debts. [article id="VanedkN9xYw"]


• Best New Switch Games Sci-Hub is not a repository of user-uploaded material. See e.g. this explanation - it uses institutional usernames and passwords to obtain the material. When you request a paper, if it's not already in the repository, Sci-Hub uses someone else's institutional access to get the paper. How Sci-Hub got those usernames and passwords is unknown. It's possible they were donated by Sci-Hub supporters, or they might have phished for them (remember also that it is almost certainly against your institutional policies to give out your username and password).


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• ^ Jaschik, Scott (8 August 2016). "Letter from publishers' group adds to debate over Sci-Hub and librarians who study it". Inside Higher Ed. Archived from the original on 14 August 2016 . Retrieved 29 August 2016. ...


Quote 29: "It makes me feel more in control, as if there is a choice, a decision that could be made one way or the other." Chapter 41, pg. 269 The manuscript files should be given the last name of the first author. Submit manuscripts as e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office.


Gilead develops its own words to give the state control over the sentiments and ideas people can express. Since Gilead is a theocracy, where religion permeates every aspect of life, biblical terminology abounds. Servants are "Marthas," a reference to a character in the New Testament; the police are "Guardians of the Faith"; soldiers are "Angels"; and the Commanders are officially "Commanders of the Faithful." The stores have biblical names like Loaves and Fishes, All Flesh, and Milk and Honey, as do the automobiles—Behemoth, Whirlwind, and Chariot. 21 TV Procedurals to Watch That Aren’t About Police


The Armchair Historian: “What Made the American Civil War so Deadly?” The biggest users are clearly, in this order, (western) Europe, India, China and Iran. China because its government, which has all kinds of money for military expenditures and intelligence, is happy to let people steal Western goods – most of the downloads are probably state-driven. Iran because this country is involved in Sci-Hub’s phishing and hacking operations. That leaves India, with a real problem of democratic access to knowledge, and Europe, because people can’t be bothered to walk to a library.


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• ^ Chitwood, Adam (February 9, 2016). "Steven Spielberg's 'Ready Player One' Flees 'Star Wars', Sets New 2018 Release Date". Collider. Complex Media. Archived from the original on August 28, 2017 . Retrieved June 10, 2017. https:// sci-hub.se


I read the Guardian opinion piece more as a critique of the fact that there is little or no correlation between these costs and the consumer price. D Elsevier is granted a preliminary injunction to suspend domain names and restrain the site operators from distributing Elsevier’s copyrighted works ( Van der Sar, 2015b; Sweet, 2015). Shortly after, Sci-Hub and LibGen resurface at alternative domains outside of U.S. court jurisdiction, including on the dark web ( Schiermeier, 2015; Van der Sar, 2015c).


Using Sci-Hub is not universally illegal. In some states in the world it is, in some it's of questionable legality, in others it's perfectly legal. In some states it is not criminally prohibited but is cause for civil legal action (e.g. in the US), so it is kind of illegal but not in the police-and-jails sense. Anyway, your sweeping statement that using Sci-Hub is illegal is untrue. Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! pic.twitter.com/wNQ6YOuP3Y


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Recurring [ edit ] Elbakyan has been coy about how the site is populated, stating only that it is via donated institutional logins. A September 2018 Scholarly Kitchen post about this was subject to ridicule by many on Twitter. There was scepticism of whether the “phishing attacks” Sci-Hub has allegedly carried out on publisher websites really occurred (the authors have all heard anecdotal evidence of these), the seriousness of donating access credentials, and the source of funding behind the site, the last of which we cannot comment on. Yet again, publishers and librarians found themselves strangely aligned.


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• Now you can use the extension to open those pesky papers…and get on with helping makind It's not selfish to be compensated for your work. Authors can choose themselves whether they want to make some of their work freely available, just as a market can give away some food or not.


• Gardner GJ, McLaughlin SR, Asher AD. Shadow Libraries and You: Sci-Hub Usage and the Future of ILL. [February 7, 2018]; ACRL 2017. 2017 https://hdl.handle.net/10760/30981 • M jak morderca


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• Armageddon/ Dark City (1998) Whether linking to materials that violate copyright law "is or is not a copyright violation" doesn't have a straightforward answer, said Martin Paul Eve, professor of literature, technology and publishing at Birkbeck, University of London.


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This quote also has to do with gender roles. Woman must be hidden because they are seen as different than men. They wear veils that cover their heads, gloves, and long gowns that hide every part of their bodies. In Gilead, Shortly afterward, something strange happened. Former members of Sci-Hub’s vKontakte group began saying that Elbakyan, a champion of Open Access to information, had blocked them.


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Elbakyan had been following the Open Access movement and was an ardent fan of MIT’s OpenCourseWare — an initiative through which the university makes virtually all of its coursework available — since 2008. She’d also always been fascinated with neuroscience, especially the articles by the neurologist-turned-writer (and longtime head of The Guardian’s Neurophilosophy blog) Mo Costandi. Elbakyan became convinced that untapped potential was hidden in the human brain. She particularly liked the idea of the “global brain,” a neuroscience-inspired idea by futurists that an intelligent network could facilitate information storage and transfer — driving communication between people in real time, the way that neurons that fire together wire together. 1:49


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For each YouTube channel, I’ve included the kind of topics it covers and also one of its videos. This should help you quickly decide which channels are most suited to you. I hope you enjoy reading this article and find interesting YouTube channels you can subscribe to! Mr. Oppenheim, I do not have hard data showing that “more than 50% of downloads” are made by Western academics – not that I ever said such a thing, however. I have seen persuasive evidence that a very large percentage of Sci-Hub activity comes from Western academics who have other resources at their disposal.


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• Wellington We filtered the access events by excluding DOIs not included in our literature catalog and omitting records that occurred before an article’s publication date. This filter preserved 26,984,851 access events for 10,293,836 distinct DOIs (97.5% of the 10,552,418 distinct prefiltered DOIs). We summarized the access events for each article using the following metrics:


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• WebTorrent Only 17 of the attempts were from Sci-Hub itself, demonstrating the credentials stolen by Sci-Hub had gone viral. Scarily, those same stolen credentials were even being used by university users at 34 recognized universities! This tells us that the credentials had been passed around the web. These stolen credentials were used at 34 recognized universities.