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OA journals are cited more heavily than subscription journals
Articles in OA journals are not peer-reviewed (and this means they are lower quality than subscription journals)
OA will lead to improved collaboration and less competitive academic publishing
Articles in OA journals are more likely to be read by non-academics
Only researchers who aren't good enough to be published in the high impact factor journals get published in OA journals
Research funders will support and pay for the cost of OA publishing
Articles in OA journals can be used for text or data mining without the author or publisher's prior knowledge
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