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Disclaimer Sources Syntax Unreliable fields Mirrors and forks Self-published Unpublished Hijacked WP:RSP
Publishers Misc A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Journals Misc A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Note: Use #A1 (e.g. User:JL-Bot/Questionable.cfg#A1) to create links to a publisher section, use #A2 (e.g. User:JL-Bot/Questionable.cfg#A2) to create links to a journal section.

Note: Many entries on this list will be things that should not normally in found in a |journal= parameter. They are included for two main reasons:

  1. poor template usage – for example, if a website/publisher is put in a journal parameter by mistake (|journal=UnreliableWebsite.com) these will be picked up
  2. redirect detection – oftentimes Wikipedia will not have an article about a specific journal, but it will have a redirect to its publisher (Unreliable Journal → Foo Society of Nonsense) or some other relevant article (Unreliable Journal → Founding editor)


SourcesEdit

The CiteWatch is based on a variety of sources:

Many things listed here won't be journals (e.g. magazines, websites, books), but it helps to list them here in case they get cited as a journal by mistake. If someone has access to Cabell's blacklist, the journals listed there could be added as well.

SyntaxEdit

The format is

{{JCW-selected|<TARGET1>|<TARGET2>|...|doi=<DOIPREFIX>|source=<SOURCE>|note=<NOTE>}}

where <DOIPREFIX> is the doi prefix (the 10.xxxx part of 10.xxxx/....) associated with a publisher, <SOURCE> is any of the codes above, or a plain URL in brackets ([https://www.example.com]). Multiple codes should be separated with a comma BLJ, DOAJ, [1]. <NOTE> should be a short explanation if there is something special about that entry, like a legitimate journal sharing a name with a problematic one.

See {{JCW-selected}} for more information and tips on how to add entries to the CiteWatch.

Unreliable fieldsEdit

Note: Most of these categories don't contain publications themselves, but are listed so that publications that redirect to unreliable people and organizations (e.g. Progress in Complexity, Information, and DesignInternational Society for Complexity, Information, and Design) get included in the compilation.

Mirrors and forksEdit

Self-publishedEdit

UnpublishedEdit

  • Unpublished
    • .*Accepted.*
    • .*In Press.*
    • .*Submitted.*
    • .*To appear.*
    • .*To be published.*
    • .*Unpublished.*
    • !Penguin Press!

WP:RSPEdit

Hijacked journalsEdit

Hijacked journals are journals whose "websites or branding have been co-opted by a predatory journal or publisher". Meaning that these are legitimate publications, but with fraudsters posing as them.

PublishersEdit

If you know the doi prefix (the 10.xxxx part of 10.xxxx/...) of a publisher, please add it via |doi=.

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  • Globeedu Group [Individual journals listed on original Beall's list.]

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