An agenda for Open Science in communication

Tobias Dienlin*, Niklas Johannes, Nicholas David Bowman, Philipp K. Masur, Sven Engesser, Anna Sophie Kümpel, Josephine Lukito, Lindsey M. Bier, Renwen Zhang, Benjamin K. Johnson, Richard Huskey, Frank M. Schneider, Johannes Breuer, Douglas A. Parry, Ivar Vermeulen, Jacob T. Fisher, Jaime Banks, René Weber, David A. Ellis, Tim SmitsJames D. Ivory, Sabine Trepte, Bree McEwan, Eike Mark Rinke, German Neubaum, Stephan Winter, Christopher J. Carpenter, Nicole Krämer, Sonja Utz, Julian Unkel, Xiaohui Wang, Brittany I. Davidson, Nuri Kim, Andrea Stevenson Won, Emese Domahidi, Neil A. Lewis, Claes de Vreese

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Abstract

Abstract. In the last 10 years, many canonical findings in the social sciences appear unreliable. This so-called “replication crisis” has spurred calls for ope
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Communication
Issue numberjqz052
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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