Evaluating science: Opening a debate

« This article briefly reviews the long-lasting commitment of Social Science Information to the critical analysis of orders of knowledge and the conditions for their creation to, subsequently, reflect on the current co-existence of a plurality of orders of justification across society, including the institutions of knowledge production. Furthermore, it suggests that recent social transformations have accentuated an asymmetry within this plurality, namely towards those forms of judgement that operate with quantitative measures and that are geared towards enhancing performance. (…) »

source > journals.sagepub.com, David Jaclin, Peter Wagner, 18 février 2021, DOI: 10.1177/0539018421993021