A lot has been discussed about citations in general, especially attribution. My concern is more with the "share-alike". It is answered here that SE considers the "share-alike" doesn't apply to code.
I see more and more papers citing Stack Exchange communities or using SE data, in all sorts of domains.
What about the "share-alike" part of the licence when citing other SE user content in academic publications? Discussion in general, whether it be paraphrased or directly quoted. (e.g. let's say someone is investigating sense of humor in SE communities)
Considering that academic publications are not open for the most part. Does this restrict to publishing in open journals? Do researchers ask for a different licence? And what of mainstream media that are behind a paygate?