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Close the question. This "depends on individual factors": if all these details are really needed to understand the question, the question does not belong on this site.
Yours is a rather unique case.
Of your 26 questions, more than 15 reference the same conflict, and 14 had a negative total score.
You have a received a cease-and-desist letter from the institution in question, and the professor in question has replied to your overtures through counsel only.
You have received very clear, unambiguous advice from this forum: ...
It was a complex issue; thus, it's not something that can be fully
addressed in one post.
Stack Exchange sites are repositories of well-defined and virtually independent questions and answers. They are not a good place to ask a long series of questions connected by a thread, and with little or vague differences from question to question.
Users cannot follow ...
The post in its original form contained the following question:
Moreover, PRResearch is rather new and does not have an impact factor yet. Do you expect the impact factor would be comparable to the PRA/B/C/D/E journals, or to PRL/PRX?
Such a question asks thus for an assessment of a journal, and can be thus considered a shopping question, but since it asks ...
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Delete the question (in addition to closing). The situation seems enough of a mess that suggestions based on an incomplete understanding of it can easily do harm.
While I do see the problem here, I think that having two separate tags does not really solve it while creating more problems:
By the nature of our site, we almost exclusively focus on the social aspect anyway. For the questions we get, it mostly does not matter whether something is a disability or a health issue (wherever one draws the line between the two)....
To have some data to help deciding, I went through a bunch of questions in the current that heath-issues. I excluded only closed questions. I categorised the questions along three axes:
Mental (depression, ADHD, etc.) vs. physical (broken leg, cancer, blindness, etc.):
28 questions were about mental issues.
6 questions were about physical issues.
Since Azor Ahai -- he him suggested that I should post an alternative tag as an answer, here is a suggestion: introduce the tag disability-inclusion for (suggested tag wiki excerpt)
Questions about the inclusion of people with disabilities in higher education. These questions can cover both social practices and technological challenges, and can apply to ...