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Simon Jago There are experiments also in terms of peer reviewed open access journals that work as arxiv overlays. In mathematics we have discrete analysis [1] and sigma [2] (at least) which are quite good. Some journals started moving to a fully free open access model, e.g. JEP [3], Documenta Mathematica [4], Acta Mathematica [5] and Annales IF [6] (again at least).


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Safety and ethics aside, I also don’t see any evidence to suggest that Sci-Hub has had any positive impact on the growth of Open Access. C Elsevier files a civil suit against Sci-Hub and LibGen — at the respective domains sci-hub.org and libgen.org — in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ( Van der Sar, 2015a; DeMarco et al., 2015a). The complaint seeks a “prayer for relief” that includes domain name seizure, damages, and “an order disgorging Defendants’ profits”.


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I the show itself is more about religious oppression than feminism to me? I mean of course there is feminist narratives due to the nature of the show. But basically birthrates decline and this ULTRA right wing religious group blames it on the sins of society and overthrows the sitting US government to create a new country. The US still officially exists and Cananda allows them to operate within their borders. The whole world isn't like this in the show just the US. And the reason the some of the women are kept as handmaids(ritualistic sex slaves) is due to them being ones known to bear children so the government cant control and reestablish child births in the territory? The show is actually pretty good though • save


Leah was the first wife who was less loved by Jacob. She had several children of her own before she stopped being able to conceive and when Rachel ordered Bilhah to lie with Jacob she did the same with her Handmaid Zilpah. Eventually she could conceive herself again after Zilpah had children. So, she stays on as a "handmaid" in the hopes of producing a child by Fred to be raised by him and his wife.


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• Jennifer NansubugaMakumbi (1 ) Not to say any of this negates the need to do away with for-profit science publishers, and to push for better open access policies. Just suggestions for ways to get around paywalls in the mean time.


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Do the ends justify the means, and should the handmaids accept some responsibility for going along with it? The more you read (including the follow-up, The Testaments), the more you realise that's not possible. And if "context is all", what is truth? You could read this several times and never come up with exactly the same answer. I loved that scene for precisely all the reasons you just mentioned. He was stiff and expressionless, a mediocre actor with a weird voice who speaks entirely in cliche. And I really think that was the whole point.


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Episode 8 - Jezebels In the novel's fictional fundamentalist society, sterile is an outlawed word. [56] In this society, there is no such thing as a sterile man. In this culture, women are either fruitful or barren, the latter of which are declared to be "unwomen" and are sent to the colonies with the rest of the "unwomen" to do life-threatening work until their death, which is, on average, three years.


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(edited from a paper I wrote in college about the book) In 1986, when Margaret Atwood published The Handmaid’s Tale, Ronald Regan had declared “Morning in America,” and society was going to renew itself by returning to the old values. The Christian right, in its infancy at the time, was rising in reaction to the Free Love, and the horrors of AIDs. The 1984 election gave us Willie Horton, and a reminder about how violent and evil society had become. Finally, even though Chernobyl happened shortly (edited from a paper I wrote in college about the book) Click Here


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• permalink When Margaret Atwood wrote The Handmaid’s Tale back in 1985, her vision of a world in which women had lost control of their own bodies, many readers thought her dystopian vision of America was frightening, but unlikely to come to pass. But of course, enslaved women who were subjected to sexual violence had been reality for the African-American women who had been held in bondage for the first two centuries of the American colonies and states’ existence. And sexual slavery and rape have been used as weapons of war and as part of totalitarian regimes’ modus operandi in the Twentieth Century and beyond.


Yes. Women aren’t whistled at on the street, men don’t come climbing in the window in the middle of the night. women are “protected.” Sardonically speaking, in totalitarian countries the streets are much safer, for the most part. ...


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Stationery I guess they have to keep their prized Elizabeth Moss in Gilead for season 4’s storyline..even though it’s beyond frustrating at this point. She would have been on the wall 10 times over for every law she has broken...It’s like she has some kind of special armor that makes her immune to the punishments that every other handmaid is subject to which is annoying, honestly. It makes the whole thing seem so much less real, like it’s purposefully catering to keeping her alive