Peer-reviewed publication is an important part of academic advancement in many job situations. I am not seeing any discussion in the literature on how corpora are being "peer-reviewed" (I'm using google scholar). Are their alternative models (and or vocabulary) being used for discussing how the compilation of a corpus is part of one's scientific output? any recent papers on this issue? I see some recent literature discussion on data citation, and software citation, but these don't address the peer-review aspect, and don't specifically address corpora.
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