You are completely right and there is nothing to add from my side.
I wish you and your family an exciting weekend.
Von: Pablo Markin [mailto:email@example.com]
Indeed, the greater expected audiences of publications in Open Access can remain largely theoretical, also due to the social, cultural barriers you have described. Besides economic barriers, non-electronic, physical formats can also require affiliation, building access during opening hours and other preconditions for access to knowledge. On the whole, the emergence of Open Access is critically dependent on the evolution of globalization-related digitization, communication and computer technologies in recent decades, which also simultaneously affects how science is being consumed and produced. As channels for scientific knowledge communication, publication models can also, thus, be assumed to undergo multiple, more or less interrelated changes that need to be better understood and by any means are not exhausted by the distinction between open access and closed access.
On Wed, 22 Sept 2021 at 09:49, Klaus Kayser <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: