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Predatory Conferences. Think. Check. Avoid.: REFERENCES

LIST OF REFERENCES

  1. Beall, J. Beall's list of predatory journals and publishers [cited 2019 Feb 10]. Available fromhttps://beallslist.weebly.com .
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  9. Predatory conferences target ‘naïve’ academics [cited 2019 Feb 13].  Available from: https://usa.inquirer.net/12723/predatory-conferences-target-naive-academics?utm_expid=.XqNwTug2W6nwDVUSgFJXed.1 .
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  12. Stop Predatory Journals [Internet]. List of predatory publishers [cited 2019 Feb 15]. Available from: https://predatoryjournals.com/publishers/
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