Sheila T. Cavanagh
http://www.thenation.com/blog/173963/what-boston-globe-got-right-and-why-it-should-change-how-papers-think#ixzz2VN5w2ECP. Despite recognizing the financial problems facing modern journalism, Nichols bemoans the Globe’s reinstatement of its electronic divide: “On Monday, the paywall will return. That’s understandable but, to my view, unfortunate.” As Nichols’ response indicates, understanding the economic rationale for strategies such as paywalls does not necessarily lead to their acceptance.
[i] Some institutions address editorial work in their tenure and promotions guidelines. Appalachian State University distinguishes between “3 year terms” for editors at first or second tier journals,
APPOSITIONS: Studies in Renaissance / Early Modern Literature and Culture, http://appositions.blogspot.com/, ISSN: 1946-1992, Volume Six (2013): Editions & Editing