Goals of Peer Review - Pursuitworthiness (Shaw-Barseghyan-2019)

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An attempt to answer the question of Workflow - Goals of Peer Review which states "The goal of peer reviews in the scientonomic workflow is evaluation for pursuitworthiness rather than acceptability."

Goals of Peer Review - Pursuitworthiness was formulated by Hakob Barseghyan and Jamie Shaw in 2019.1

History

Acceptance Record

This theory has never been accepted.

Suggestions To Accept

Here are all the modifications where the acceptance of this theory has been suggested:
ModificationCommunityDate SuggestedSummaryVerdictVerdict RationaleDate Assessed
Sciento-2019-0001Scientonomy22 December 2019Accept that the goal of peer-reviews in the scientonomic workflow is evaluation for pursuitworthiness rather than acceptability.Open

Question Answered

Goals of Peer Review - Pursuitworthiness (Shaw-Barseghyan-2019) is an attempt to answer the following question: Should peer reviewers evaluate a submitted paper for the pursuitworthiness or acceptability of the content of the paper?

See Workflow - Goals of Peer Review for more details.

Description

In the scientonomic workflow, the goals of peer review are to assesses a paper for pursuitworthiness of the modifications suggested in the paper. Thus, peer reviewers should not evaluate submissions for acceptability, but only for pursuitworthiness.


Reasons

No reasons are indicated for this theory.

References

  1. ^  Shaw, Jamie and Barseghyan, Hakob. (2019) Problems and Prospects with the Scientonomic Workflow. Scientonomy 3, 1-14. Retrieved from https://scientojournal.com/index.php/scientonomy/article/view/33509.