volume 29, issue 9, P1701-1701 2013
DOI: 10.1590/0102-311xed010913
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Abstract: A simple Internet search with the words "publishing scientific papers" immediately pulls up advertisements by different scientific publishing companies, promising: "The best tutors on more than 200 scientific topics", "consultancy to students for writing papers, ranging from high school term papers to PhD dissertations", and "building bridges between research and publication". What has led to this proliferation in the supply of professional help that was considered unnecessary until just a few years ago? The f…

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