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La multiplication des classements de revues de sciences sociales

Patrick Fridenson
Le Mouvement social
No. 226 (Jan. - Mar., 2009), pp. 5-14
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27639720
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Abstract

Depuis les années 1950 les revues françaises de sciences sociales font l'objet d'évaluations en vue de subventions annuelles. Les années 1980 ont vu le début d'un processus différent, celui d'un classement des revues selon une relation d'ordre. Il s'est généralisé à l'échelle de l'Europe puis de la France en 2007-2008. L'article se prononce, au contraire, pour une liste unique des revues scientifiques à l'échelle française et européenne. Il insiste sur le rôle d'animation et de création des revues, qui ne peut être enfermé dans des catégories unilatérales et préétablies. /// In France, the journals in the various social sciences have been evaluated by committees since the 1950s before getting yearly public grants for their publication. The 1980s witnessed the beginning of a very different process, the ranking of journals along hierarchical categories. It was generalized to the European Union and then to France in 2007-2008. On the contrary, the article argues that only a single list encompassing the scholarly journals, both in France and in Europe, would make sense. It insists on a major dimension of the activities of journals: creating and developing knowledge, which cannot be assessed through unilateral and pre-established categories.

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