Preprints en las ciencias de la vida: objetos frontera, cooperación y estandarización

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preprint, ciencias de la vida, bioRxiv, objeto frontera, comunidades de práctica

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El objetivo de nuestro trabajo es realizar un análisis del desarrollo de las publicaciones preprint, en particular en el área de las ciencias de la vida, tomando como punto de partida la perspectiva de Susan Leigh Star sobre los objetos frontera. La noción de objeto frontera nos permite examinar el proceso de formación de los preprints y su estabilización, a partir de la creación del repositorio bioRxiv, como una dinámica de trabajos continuos y cooperativos que lleva adelante un conjunto de comunidades heterogéneas de práctica. En este sentido, analizamos los preprints en la tensión de las oscilaciones que las comunidades realizan para mantenerlos con una identidad común a todas las prácticas y a la vez apropiarse de ellos de acuerdo con sus necesidades particulares.

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María de los Ángeles Martini, Universidad Nacional de Moreno

Docente investigadora de la Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, Universidad Nacional de Moreno, Argentina.

Carla Valeria Filippi, Universidad Nacional de Moreno

Docente investigadora del Programa Académico para la Investigación e Innovación en Biotecnología, Universidad Nacional de Moreno.

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2022-03-23

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Martini, M. de los Ángeles, & Filippi, C. V. (2022). Preprints en las ciencias de la vida: objetos frontera, cooperación y estandarización. Revista Iberoamericana De Ciencia, Tecnología Y Sociedad - CTS, 17(49). Retrieved from http://ojs.revistacts.net/index.php/CTS/article/view/262

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