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A publication issued at stated, more or less regular, intervals.
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What magazine do you recommend for submitting the following article?
"Effects of cutting parameters on surface roughness and machining forces in turning of Al using MQL and cold fluid"
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AZERBAIJAN TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
SCIENTIFIC WORKS (ISSN 1815-1779)
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I am researching gender stereotyping in food advertising. I find it quite telling that some of the food advertisements in women's magazines have gender stereotyping issues. Although it has improved, advertisers still have a habit of using gender social roles to promote their products.
Would you mind taking some time to help me fill out a questionnaire, please?
Please be that it does not involve any privacy on your part.
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I filled out the form. Interesting work. Best wishes.
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Is popular articles or newsletter helps in assistant professor or researchers jobs?
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Dear Pinak
Popular article in newsletter or manuscript published in any source i.e. research paper in journal, review paper in journal, chapter in book, book etc. shows your writing ability or skill and these kinds of publications certainly help for your curricular development.
Good luck.......
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Hi;
I am looking for cooperation in writing articles for prestigious magazines.
Does anyone want to cooperate?
In the field of business and entrepreneurship
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Hello!
madalina.badila@ulbsibiu.ro for further discussions.
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How to make a publication credible even if it is not published in any book, newspaper or magazine? Because it is very tedious to be able to be published anywhere, just already the technical constraints of writing are unpleasant for a researcher.
So my question: how to validate an unpublished work?
Jean-Yves Boulay
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you may send your paper to your colleagues in the same department or maybe even abroad to those scholars in the same major that you yourself specialize in it. then one may expect to receive fantastic feedback
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Research mainly focus on visual composition and typography
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Los Métodos son productos de los fundamentos filosoficos y epistemologicos implícitos o expresos. Sugiero considerarlos para proteger la validez. Saludos cordiales.
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Famous mathematicians are failing each day to prove the Riemann's Hypothesis even if Clay Mathematics Institute proposes a prize of One Million Dollars for the proof.
The proof of Riemann's Hypothesis would allow us to understand better the distribution of prime numbers between all numbers and would also allow its official application in Quantics. However, many famous scientists still refuse the use of Riemann's Hypothesis in Quantics as I read in an article of Quanta Magazine.
Why is this Hypothesis so difficult to prove? And is the Zeta extension really useful for Physics and especially for Quantics ? Are Quantics scientists using the wrong mathematical tools when applying Riemann's Hypothesis ? Is Riemann's Hypothesis announcing "the schism" between abstract mathematics and Physics ? Can anyone propose a disproof of Riemann's Hypothesis based on Physics facts?
Here is the link to the article of Natalie Wolchover:
The zeros of the Riemann zeta function can also be caused by the use of rearrangements when trying to find an image by the extension since the Lévy–Steinitz theorem can happen when fixing a and b.
Suppositions or axioms should be made before trying to use the extension depending on the scientific field where it is demanded, and we should be sure if all the possible methods (rearrangements of series terms) can give the same image for a known s=a+ib.
You should also know that the Lévy–Steinitz theorem was formulated in 1905 and 1913, whereas, the Riemann's Hypothesis was formulated in 1859. This means that Riemann who died in 1866 and even the famous Euler never knew the Lévy–Steinitz theorem.
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I thought it would be better to type my work. Here is a link to the acceptable version of the article : https://www.researchgate.net/publication/364357359_A_contradiction_in_the_formula_of_Poisson_which_destroys_Riemann's_Hypothesis
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I have just started my doctoral in NLP Domain. As I can see there are a lot of papers in this research area, what I realized while doing a literature review is that good publication, or any publication are complicated and it may take me some years to have something which can be delivered. Thus What is something else I can do apart from publications that might give positive weightage as an academician career-wise, a biweekly newsletter, or some technical paper that goes into some recent outstanding paper in my field
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Would it not be possible to integrate projects of your more senior team members and make focussed, small contributions, in that way starting to get familiar with academic publishing?
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Aubrey et al. (2019) wrote a paper "Subseries/Subepochs approved as a formal rank in the International Stratigraphic Guide" which created clarity for the Holocene, but leaves formalisation of subseries/subepoch names for the rest of the Cainozoic to the respective subcommittees.
This has created a confusing situation for authors of manuscripts and editors of scientific magazines. First because it makes it hard to know the actual status for each and second because it could result in the undesirable situation of (temporarily) having different decisions per series/epoch.
My question is whether this is still the actual status or further progress has been made.
The paper is available on ResearchGate:
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Sorry outside of my field
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Can someone help me publish articles. I want accredited magazines to publish articles. Thank you very much
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Je me spécialise dans l'orientation pédagogique et l'enseignement de la psychologie à l'Université de Bassorah, Département des sciences de l'éducation et de la psychologie en République d'Irak. Je souhaite publier des articles dans des revues accréditées utiles à la promotion de la recherche ou à l'évaluation de mes performances annuelles. Merci de ton intérêt.
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I'm working on an article for the Croatian magazine "Teaching History" about the status of History in compulsory education in the European Union. History teachers from the European Union member countries, please answer 5 simple questions. Details are at the link.
Still waiting for answers from:
Czech Republic
Denmark
Finland
Latvia
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
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Only one still missing is Sweden.
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Can I get an email address for a magazine specialized in strategic management classified under Scopus
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There are many journals specialized in strategy management, such as, Journal of Strategic Studies and Strategy and Leadership. These journals are listed in Scopus.
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How can we protect our article after it has been submitted to a magazine and there is a risk that it will be stolen or scammed? Would posting it here as a draft without being published in a journal before would help protect it before it will be stolen?
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The best protection is to do a thorough background checks on the Journal or Megazine before you submit your research work. The protection is before and not after submission. Intellectual thievery is a threat to scientific publication. Researchers are reluctant to share preprints on scientific platforms for the fear that the original idea could be stolen before publication. I totally agree with @Genick Bar-Meir. We have to report, name and shame such dishonest characters within the scientific community. That is plagiarism in a disguised form.
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Hello everyone,
Recently, we received an invitation from the editorial office of "International Journal of nanomaterials, nanotechnology and nanomedicine" as a long-term reviewer and future editorial board.
We want to know the reputation and true level of this magazine, is it a possible rogue magazine?
Thanks for your reply.
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Dear Zhichao Yu ,
The “International Journal of nanomaterials, nanotechnology and nanomedicine” is published by PeerTechZ (https://www.peertechzpublications.com) a publisher mentioned in the Beall’s list of potential predatory publishers (https://beallslist.net ). This is a red flag. But there are more:
-They are not mentioned positive here http://flakyj.blogspot.com/search/label/Peertechz
-There ‘office’ in India is not looking well… like something that corresponds to as they call themselves “one of forerunners in the publishing industry”
-There seems to be a link to OMICS one of the most notorious predatory publishers out there (https://hosting.black/spam-mx-services-peertechz-us-peertechz-omics/ )
So, despite the fact that the website looks misleadingly professional I would say avoid.
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Welcome
I need a proposal about scientific journals in financial and banking sciences that are easy to deal with in terms of speed of response and answer, reliable and not classified within Scopus or Elsevier?
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Find the enclosed
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Looking forward to all of your suggestions as I currently had a discussion about that with some of my peers from the department. I will share your answers with them! Thank you very much to everyone.
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Dear Benedikt,
I suggest you to have a look at the nep:
You could particularly be interested in:
Do not hesitate to connect with the AOM Entrepreneurship Division discussion groups as well. You can get an idea of the discussion contents here:
Hope it helps.
All the best,
Marcus
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If the magazine is included in Clarivate and Scopus but does not contain any arrangement of Q numbers within its information, meaning it does not contain any of these quarters, what does it mean?
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If a journal has no Impact Factor (WoS) or CiteScore (Scopus), it will not be associated to any quartiles (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4) - see above responce from Hamdi Al-Jamimi
There are a number of instances when a journal migh not have an Impact Factor (WoS):
1) it's a recently added to WoS journal - it simply has no enough data to calculate the Impact Factor
2) it's a humanitarian journal (or reletad areas) - WoS does not calcualte Impact Factors for these subjects (for a reason!)
3) a journal is indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) - WoS does not calculate Impact Factors for journals in this index (solely for their classical indecies - SCIE and SSCI)
For Scopus it is a bit different: once the journal is in Scopus, it will have its first CiteScore and all related metric available on the journal page. This information may still be delayed (due to insufficient data for calculation) but it will be there for every journal (they are not as strict as WoS).
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These journals, especially high-impact ones, submit papers for the purpose of review and comment writing.
We, the auditors, audit and review, follow references and scientific content, study and analyze results, and look at the information sequence and its validity.
These operations take several hours and perhaps days, depending on the search volume.
These high-impact, world-class domains charge a minimum publishing fee of $2,000.
Despite this, our references do not find any financial reward or scientific benefit. Both say thank you and you did a good job.
Or some of them suggest that you add the search you reviewed to a specific site such as publons..
What is the ethical aspect of dealing with these journals, and is their work of scientific ethics?
When do we waste hours and days? What did we gain? What is the return to us?
How do we deal with this research? Are there suggestions to respect and fair reviewers, or to give them discounts for publishing in these magazines or for a specific fee?
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Interesting question that is as indicated by Wolfgang R. Dick asked on numerous occasions here on RG before, so it is something that keeps people wondering.
I miss one thing in this discussion. Do realize that the open access publishing model makes more clear (open if you will…) that the publishing industry is a business. Now the costs involved are charged directly to the researchers and/or research groups.
However, do realize that in the subscription model these costs were there too (but not directly visible for the researchers). As a matter of fact, this has been identified as a serious problem before, see for example:
In other words, scientific publishing has been a lucrative business for already a long time. All the additional services like searchable databases, indexing services (like Clarivate’s indexing of citations and calculation of impact factors, Scopus, ScienceDirect, etc.), editing service, distribution services etc. all cost money and we as scientific community are ‘loving’ all this.
So, my point is that the phenomenon that we as researchers offer our research to the publishers for free and perform peer review for free while the publishing industry charge ‘us’ to either get access to our work (subscription model) or to publish our work (open access model) is not new. How to change this vicious circle is still a matter of debate.
Best regards.
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I need a continuous time series data for FDI in primary, Secondary and tertiary sectors in India for the period 1980-2021. Can anyone tell me where can I find it ? I have seen DIPP SIA newsletter but that does not give data breakup wise of primary ,secondary and tertiary sectors.
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then go to "External Sector". Then Go to "International Finance" in the dropdown. You will get foreign investment inflow. Then in the Yearly tab, you will get all the info you required.
Or PFA below for FDI inflow for all the countries. (Source- Worldbank)
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Even better if the magazine is in Russian!
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Good question
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Is the answer known?
Is it safe to read delivered and purchased newspapers and magazines?
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I want to publish research in the field of animal genetics and breeding in a Scopus magazine within a short period and within $200, which fields are faster to respond and publish than the experience of experts ?
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Research does not comply any commercial terms and conditions of " quick " publishing against any kind of monetary involvement . I don't support to publish research any kind of APC / money .
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Hello seniors,
I am new to my field of study and a PhD aspirant. We all know that there are thousands of research journals and magazines worldwide that publish documents in many areas. It is impossible to go through all these materials to find the material needed regarding the field/area.
I want to know how an expert in a field/area keeps himself informed about his field?
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This is the most often asked question among early-career researchers. For this, I recommend that you think about what your research goal is.
First and foremost, you must be completely clear on your research topic. Otherwise, you'll be constantly perplexed, and each publication will lead you to some intriguing phrases or the induction of new factors, or a new study topic.
Ask yourself why you want to pursue a Ph.D.; this degree is not enjoyable to pursue unless you have self-mastery over your thoughts, cohesion of ideas, and logical reasoning to see your research through to completion.
Once you've gotten all of this in your head, the rest will be history.
If you want to know who to follow in research and who is making an impact in the field you're seeking for research in, you'll need to establish the habit of sitting alone and studying on your own. You should be enthralled by long reading periods.
Follow Scopus, web of science, or any other single database to learn about issues in your field of interest that they are publishing.
I am confident that after three months of reading and having 200 to 500 bibliographic references of your interest, you will be more than half sure of your route.
Collect all of your readings in the systematic literature review document I've attached. This procedure will assist you in developing a concrete academic rationale for your synopsis.
Of fact, there are thousands of other options, as numerous scholars have discovered through their studies; I am proposing one only. However, I believe you will find this to be a more intellectual and reasonable approach to arriving at a logical option for determining a course of action.
Good luck
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I am looking at pre-existing heterogeneous data (journal articles, magazine articles, newspaper articles, blog posts) to establish certain themes in a particular phenomenon. These themes are informed by theory. I don't know what research design best suits this approach. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Does book Reviews written for scholarly journals or in a magazine count as a publication?
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can a book review get equal importance in scopus indexing
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I would like to know the names of the best journals and scientific journals for international publishing
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Yes, visit the website of Scopus or scimagojr and use the keywords to search the required journals.
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the manuscript response was rejected.
In the response letter there wasn't any mention of resubmission not allowed.
the AE response letter stated:" thank you for your proposal. I regret to inform that the paper, as it currently stands, raised several objections by the reviewers. Overall, the main aspects are...."
as the AE stated several objections need to be fixed.
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I agree; I suggest just re-submit (different place) and hope that is better appreciated this time.
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manuscript revision related question, seeking insights from experienced scholars.
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agree with Dr Sarfaraz about the number of reviewers
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The need is to publish an article about railway superstructure and infrastucture developments in the Russian railway market. Who knows common print and online magazines (railway engineering focus) which are relevant for Russia? Preferable in Russian Language. Thank you. I am grateful for any hint.
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Let me know the names of some free astronomy magazines.
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Thank you
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The Impact Factor indicators for scientific journals for 2020 have just been published. More journals boast and celebrate that their IF has increased by a few, a dozen or even several dozen percent. I am intentionally not mentioning what kind of magazines they are. Why?
Because the IF grows for everyone. Every year. what does it mean? Isn't that a bit like a credited science bubble? Every year there are more articles, the global number of citations and therefore the IF is growing. Will there be new indicators? For example, the annual growth rate IF : )? If everyone grows, this is how the impact indicator should now be measured.
What are your views on IF inflation?
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You are right, of course, that such an indicator has an absolute value. However, this does not solve the problem of IF inflation. Let's look at the average number of references from the 1990s and now. eg from the Journal of Catalysis, the number of refernces (average) was 20-25 now it is around 60-70! The thesis should be made that 20-30 years ago, assigning a given reference was much more cautious for the author. Today, access to literature is much easier, you can build a large database of references.
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Hi researchers
I am looking for magazines specialized in reviewing literature in the field of world literature and comparative literature. I hope you can help me with this
best wishes
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Google, google académico, researchgate,
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We're starting to use touchscreens with pigeons in an arrangement I have not used before, so I need your expertise. The arrangement is a large touchscreen at the other end of the experimental chamber from the magazine. The Python autoshaping program that I have written does the usual things -- presents a "key" of randomized colors and locations on the black screen, followed by food delivery. The chambers we use are lit with normal room lighting
Will this work? It worries me that magazine training will engender hanging around by the hopper, so detecting the key onset may be difficult.
If any of you have expertise in autoshaping under such conditions, I'd appreciate any information
Thanks - michael
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Hello! I am a young researcher and my specialization is "Land management, cadastres and land monitoring" (in Russian it is "ВАК 25.00.26"). I want to publish my research in Scopus and WoS magazines, but I don not know anybody in my University, who have experience with journals on the profile of land management and cadastres (most of scientists have been published in journals on economics or geoinformatics, but not on land management). So, do you know any scientific magazines (not predatory publishing) in this specialisation? Magazines on socio-economic geography and geoinformatics (German-language and English-language editions) will also be suitable.
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Please visit the following link and write journal of land management. There are many journals you can choose a relevant journal. Thank you.
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Dear Alexander, although your question was asked more than 2 years ago, it remains a very interesting and important question to many RG members. In fact, this is among the most often discussed issues on RG. I don't want to suggest here one of the well-known lists of predatory journals again. In my personal experience, there is a safe way to avoid fake / predatory journals. Try to regularly read ca. 10 journals in which the leading scientists in your field of research publish their work. This way you get a good impression what good or even excellent publications are. In addition, submit your valuable research manuscripts only to journals published by established publishers such as those mentioned earlier by Phuong Nguyen-Tri. Moreover, always avoid journals who send you e-mails beginning with "Greetings of the day" in which they tell you that they are short of an article to publish their next issue. This is an absolutely clear indication of a fake / predatory journal.
Good luck with your research and best wishes, Frank Edelmann
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I want to find some proper websites which write or have some academic or nonacademic resources like magazines and articles about " Restaurants' Waste". Please guide me.
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HI every one,
I am searching for some information about "genetically modified crops". Please introduce me some books about.
warm greetings,
Sussan
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A magazine printed a survey in its monthly issue and asked readers to complete
it and send it back. Over 1000 readers did so.What is the type of thais sampling?
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Dear Mohanad Kamaleldin Mahmoud Ibrahim, where is this magazine survey link? My Regards
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What are some of the newsletters, groups or mailing lists that people have signed up for that give information of upcoming funding for research projects?
All sizes of grant would be great. Thanks Paul
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It is very difficult, although it is foreseen from the research project, it is not always achieved, especially in foreign currency
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Halton (Chip) Arp along with Edwin Hubble were the greatest astronomer/astrophysicists of 20th century. While Hubble's name is much used and abused; Arp's (some call him the Galileo of modern times) name is hardly ever mentioned in the narrative of official astrophysics and cosmology. Arp's name is famously associated with the Quasars, but in the present narrative on Quasars in Wikipedia, his name does not even merit any mention!
Quasars represent the biggest embarrassment of the Big Bang creation cosmology, based on mathematical idealism and the General Relativity (RG) that has replaced theology as the ruling idea for monopoly capitalism. Since it was first suggested by Halton (Chip) Arp few decades ago that high red shift quasars are ejects from nearby (low red shift) active galaxies, mountain of rapidly accumulating observational evidence including quasar – galaxy associations, close pair of quasars, their alignments and groupings, red shift periodicity and quantized redshifts effect etc. [1 - 4 ] is making breeches in the high walls of closely guarded Big Bang paradigm that obstinately refuges to accept [5] the ejection theory. In one of the most famous cases involving NGC 4319 and the quasar Markarian 205 Arp and his associate Jack Sulentic demonstrated a luminous link between the two; both from the pictures of an amateur astronomer and the one taken later by Hubble Space Telescope as shown below (Fig. 1):
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But it was as usual strongly denied [6], as a line-of-sight occurrence. Statement by Arp [7]: “Science, 11 Oct. 2002, p. 345, ran a small article on the statements from both sides, but most science magazines just accepted the NASA release as refutation of the connection. Personally, I can say that after more than 30 years of evidence disputed by widely publicized opinions that the bridge was false, I was saddened that not one prominent professional has now come forward to attest that it is, in fact, real”.
Arp was forgotten by mainstream astrophysics community and ejection trails of the quasars were totally abolished and vehemently denied, even after the following "Deep Spectroscopy in the Field of 3C 212" image turned up [8]. The quasar 3C 212 photo is shown (Fig. 2), overlaid with a green-tinted radio emission map. To the SE there is an optical feature nearly matched by a radio feature, but in the NW there is a brilliant horse-head-shaped radio emission which connects unbroken to the QSO with a long neck in between. Beyond this emission, further out from the QSO but in a perfect line with the QSO -radio horsehead axis, there is an optical horse's head, identical in every significant morphological way (i.e. they look just the same). Both radio & optical horseheads are revealed in the article to be close doublets, with one emission at the eye and another of the mouth of the horseheads.
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In line with official cosmology, the original authors [8] interpreted this image as, “.. the horsehead features ... ...are ... not ...related”. Now Bruno Leibundgut and Jesper Sollerman [9] have a good laugh and interpret the image in the following way, in line with poor Halton (Chip) Arp, long after he is gone and forgotten!
“Some reflection shows us what is happening in this photo. The QSO 3C212 is surrounded by a spherical shell of material similar to rings seen around stars (which are spherical shells seen edge-on). It has ejected the doublet f & g along its polar axis. The horsehead f represents a significant amount of material, and left a radio trace of its emergence out of 3C212. When f and g reached the spherical shell they splashed through, leaving a radio signature on the shell. The horsehead f left a horsehead-shaped splash. The simple object g splashed through and has left simple ripples in the shell. Go on, look -- there are two ripples, indicating the spherical shell has two layers. Simple, really, once you see it.
So now it becomes clearer. The QSO 3C212 is at redshift z=1.049, f is at z=0.928, and so is hurtling toward us with radial speed of about z=0.121 (ignoring "instrinsic" redshift component, see below). The redshift of g has been measured at 1.054, so has a small radial speed away from us of z=0.005. There, now that wasn't so hard, was it? All we need to do it accept that redshift can stem from more than just cosmological distance”.
Note: Please see the attached file for the Figs. and References and also the following link:
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Only for the primitive guy it is important who "THE GREATEST" is... to me, every honest soul who devotes his life for his work is respectable...
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I want to publish an article from my university and I need to know what terms and conditions the magazine asks for.
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Who can publish an article in English for me in the field of sports training in an international magazine. Thank you, and may God bless you
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Can you help me in publishing it in an international magazine, my dear brother
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I want to publish an article and I am looking for a magazine that you recommend
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You have to select journal / magazine related to your subject
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Do first person life stories by Autistic people in nation newspapers and magazines help in our understanding and acceptance of autism, reduce stigma and improve services for autistic people in our societies?
Is there a growing interest by the press to record first person stories about their autism diagnosis journey?
maybe this is just happening in the UK
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Hi,
It is now called Autism Spectrum Disorder. People with higher IQs or better functioning might be able to communicate better. As basically it is a disorder affecting human interactions and communication we may not be able to get information about their thoughts and feelings. There could be a lot of repetitions. Nonverbal behavior observation would be a better method to know about their mental life.
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Incredible front cover page from Time magazine to coincide with the #nft craze. Time will now accept #cryptocurrency as a form of payment for their digital subscription.
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I do not think so. CBDCs, in case they will be implemented in one way or the other, will just be fiat money in a digital form. The question is whether public/permissionless cryptocurrencies will be able to replace fiat. I consider this to be unlikely since this might interfere with current governance structures.
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Hello Jinfeng Chang,
I plan to include a summary of your research on grasslands' contribution to climate change in my upcoming gardening newsletter. Email me on Rebecca.Last@Canada.ca if you would like to receive a free copy. Best wishes, ~Rebecca Last
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Interested in it
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I need data for banks in the MENA region. Balance sheets, profit sheets, share prices reports, and etc. So anyone who can help me in getting these data from websites and magazines they have access to such as Bankfocus and The Merger and Acquisition magazine, please let me know. I will really appreciate anyone's help.
Thank you.
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It's a good question
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My questions came from my need to show up my work. I have done many written works but nor research as I am busy on practice more than theory although theory is important so my sub questions are:
can I publish a non published article in any journal or magazine?
when Research Gate provide DOT?
although I published in the RG, I like to have my work optimized in RG, so please provide me with technical support especially that we have scarce resources in the context of Gaza
or at lease for me who have large experience but not affiliated to any university
Best regards
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Extend scientific bridges towards your colleagues...
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Dear friends:
I have read many times in RG diverse opinions about some not so benevolent practices of certain scientific magazines. All of us are interested in creating good things with quality. Is it so difficult to create a scientific magazine?
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Dear Dr Gustavo Eduardo Toledo Lara , I sincerely welcome your idea. I think this idea will provide new impetus to multidisciplinary / integrated research. My best wishes and warm regards Yoganandan G
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What strategies do you use and believe to be most effective in communicating science to the general public?
Sometimes I use publishing in blogs and technical magazines, in addition to linking my latest publications in the signature of the emails. However, these methods seem to me to be ineffective.
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Good question!
I have seen journals posting short videos (2-3 minutes) on YouTube. That could also be done through personal or universities' YouTube channels.
Having a personal website is to be a good strategy to storage these videos, papers, or other research files, which could be easily found by Google.
Good luck!
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Dear colleagues:
I have received many emails from a magazine called ournal of Research in Humanities and Social Science. I have gone to the website of this journal, and I read "some" indexes but, I have checked the websites of those indexes and I have not seen this journal registered.
My question is: Is it appropriate to publish here? Is it a predatory journal? I have seen in RG two years ago, a discussion about this but I don't know if there is any news.
I am very grateful for your ideas and recommendations. Greetings to all.
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Indeed, no news. This journal “Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science” is published by “Quest Journals Inc” and this publisher is mentioned in the Beall’s list: https://beallslist.net/
This is a red flag. Indeed, another red flag are pointless or even misleading metrics like the prominently impact factor "Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF)": https://beallslist.net/misleading-metrics/
Furthermore, they prominently mention DOI but the papers I checked don’t have any. These same papers all were “peer reviewed” in 9-11 days (all of them) which is to so the least suspect and strongly suggests that serious peer review is absent.
So (still) a journal (and publisher) one better avoids.
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I have been waiting for a review from a journal in Australia for about a year. It will be one year on November 21, 2020. Is this normal? What do you think about the journals extending their review times that much?
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Let me update my previous answer. The following scenario may happen:
  • The corresponding author submits the complete manuscripts according to the journal according to its requirement.
  • The journal editor finds the right reviewer(s) to review the manuscript.
  • One of the reviewers can't review the manuscript for some reasons such as he/she has no time to review or he/she may have been died. Or, he/she might reject the invitation of review. Then the journal editor should return back to the previous step.
All in all, the journal editor should return back with an answer to the corresponding author within a maximum of six months.
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May be that journal/magazine is your favorite and famous journal in your field. If you shared here, it will help to aware to me & RG Members.....
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Although it's just a dream, but i wish if i could publish in Springer 🌹
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I am an editor at Semina: Exact and Technological Sciences, an open, no fees journal, maintained by the State University of Londrina, Brazil. See journal information at:
We are receiving articles on COVID-19 for a special edition. This special issue on COVID-19 focuses on Epidemiological models, Data-analyzes, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Statistical Analysis, Control and Exit Strategies, ...
The manuscript must be submitted in electronic format:
The journal is open and free of charge for authors. The official DOI is registered for every paper.
We are available for any questions.
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Dr. Paulo Natti
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Dear authors. Extra edition on Covid 19
I am an editor at Semina: Exact and Technological Sciences, an open, no fees journal, maintained by the State University of Londrina, Brazil. See journal information at:
We are receiving articles on COVID-19 for a special edition. This special issue on COVID-19 focuses on Epidemiological models, Data-analyzes, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Statistical Analysis, Control and Exit Strategies, ...
The manuscript must be submitted in electronic format:
The journal is open and free of charge for authors. The official DOI is registered for every paper.
We are available for any questions.
Best regards
Dr. Paulo Natti
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I'm working on my final research proposal right now and found some very interesting statistics about family-businesses worldwide. The problem is, that I only have Tharawat Magazine as source: https://www.tharawat-magazine.com/economic-impact-family-businesses/
The problem is, that the Website is more or less trustworthy. There is no real imprint and there is no real proof, that this magazine on family business is relevant.
I double-checked some of the metrics with my research I have done so far and it seems to be feasible. I also see in other article in this magazine, that relevant authors in my field of research have published their.
Does anybody, have some further proofs, that this magazine have an impact on family-businesses and if its okay to use the statistics in my research for a first draft?
Thanks for you help,
Christian
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All I can say on the matter is what information on the title Tharawat Magazine on the Internet (Google) -- nine items and more.
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looking for Farm stress inventory created by James & Lilly Walker, Newsletter of Centre for Agricultural Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
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Farm stress inventory could be prepared on the basis of vulnerability assessment to stresses.
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Some journals do not accept review papers because they consider that the theoretical framework is the basis of a research, and not the research itself. Other magazines already accept and encourage this type of publication. what do you think about?
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Review articles are important in that they provide the foundation to understand
developing research in that area.
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Dear Scientists,
Together with my friends I wrote an article entitled " Social responsibility as a tool for the development of human resources quasi-innovation in the tourism industry". I would like to ask if you know a free magazine that would publish our article in this year. I would be grateful for an answer or guidance.
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Better to publish the articles in a Scopus indexed journal or Web of Science.
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Sadly to receive emails from ELSEVIER that the two Q4 SCOPUS Indexed Journals (Test Magazine Journal and International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering- IJITEE) are currently being investigated to add the contents further which will take approximately 2 months for the decision to be taken, also ELSEVIER system will not allow the two journals to add any content until a decision is taken. 
In case they are found to be a predatory journal, can we withdraw our papers from them? Does anyone have experience of withdrawing papers from predatory journals? Please advise me...
Truly sad.
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Update: "Test Engineering and Management" is discontinued in Scopus according to the new September list (see attachment).
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Which Railway magazines are relvenat in Middle and South America? We want to publish a technical article about vibration reduction measures carried out in Mexico. Who has a recommendation or give us a link to any helpful Information. Thank you.
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Every women seeks to be vivid and charm,
standards are changing as we speak. What was considered perfect-looking and gorgeous 10 years ago is totally different now. Each year some new feature comes up that makes women tweak their appearance just a little bit to match the new trend. Yet lately there’s been a positive shift towards natural beauty in fashion industry. This means less pressure on ladies to look skinny and bony both on catwalks and in real life. More plus models are appearing in fashion magazines and shops, reminding everyone of the diversity of female body shapes and personalities. As for India, one of its main beauty standards has always been a voluptuous woman, whose curves were a sign of health, wealth, and prosperity. This, too, changed with the fashion trends coming from the East, and now curvaceous Indian women are slowly taking back their positions both in real life and in fashion industry. Here are top 7 Indian plus models that look simply stunning.so are there new rules to make womens more happy and charm?
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memorizing Instagram profile
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The book won the Outstanding Academic Titles award from Choice magazine. a publication of the American Library Association.
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You can write about the book in the DISCUSSIONS section. You can write about the book in the Project update, which concerned, for example, research carried out for the purposes of writing this book.
Greetings,
Dariusz Prokopowicz
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Please, can you advice if there is any journal specialist in public health or Neuro Physiology can publish a paper within less than one month and in a Scopus journal ?
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Assalamualaikum and Hai
Dear fellow researchers, I have published two papers in December 2019 and February 2020 in TEST Engineering & Management Magazine but my name and affiliation were incorrectly stated. I have tried to email, call, and fax the Editor of the Journal to make corrections but sadly the Editor seems irresponsive. Thus, I would be obliged if anyone could kindly assist me with alternative ways to contact the Editor ( (other emails, Whatsapp, or phone number) instead of the contact info provided by the Journal's website or if you know anyone who can I refer and can help me to correct the information in both of my published papers.
Please advise. JazakAllah and thank you very much.
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Cikgu Arman
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Thank Prof...
Truly dissapointed if it is truly apredator, SCOPUS should delisted it quickly. Even the Editorial team who contacted me via email also based in India but in the Journal Page, the publishing house states it is in USA.
This contradictory really portray its preditor character. Even Elsevier and Scopus emails also written by Indian customer service....their names tell us that all of the support staffs are Indian. Are they collaborating (between the journal and elsevier)??
Clueless...but fishy hehehe
Thanks Prof for your informative replies..really appreciate that. Keep healthy, be safe and take care Prof
Regards
Cikgu Arman
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Hi. Please introduce me a magazine(s) that is free to print with impact factor 2-3 in the field of diabetes.
thanks a lot.
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I need assistance in getting my four articles written on the livestock sector in Africa published for me.
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There are many journals who publish these types of articles, what are your specifications to choose journals?
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I have written four articles in readiness to send them to magazines for which the topics on which I reflect may be of interest. As I am not an academic (although I write a doctoral thesis) and I do not have an "academic career", I do not have enough information to choose the journals to which to send my article proposals:
a) On feminist epistemology and militant research
b) On social movements and feminist thinking
c) On new socio-historical readings of the feminist movement
d) On the meaning of the "revolution" (as a transformation of the patriarchal social order) in the light of feminist thought
Can you suggest me magazines?
THANKS!!
Elena Apilánez Piniella
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I suppose that you need to find a scholarly journal to publish your article rather selecting a magazine. There are many wawys one can follow to select an appropriate journal. Also, you need to have a good understanding about the specific subject area you are discussing, potential readership of your article and other publication requirements like APC/submission charges, processing time, publisher, access method, circulation (and so on) that you may expect from the target journal. To start with you could try journal recommender systems. Almost all leading publishers and other publishing/editorial platforms include journal recommender systems that you can use freely to find an appropriate publication outlet. After all, please avoid selecting predatory journals. Good luck!
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Varthemia iphionoides and Pelargonium graveolens extracts as a Treatment of Breast Cancer Implanted in Diabetic Mice
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The Economist February 27, 20120 issue in the Free Exchange column which appears in the magazine’s Finance and Economics section, has an article: How to get more innovation bang for the research buck.
Are the economic incentives for innovation inadequate?
I am skeptical that the remedy is in economics, but maybe wrongly. Is this about money?
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In addition to resources, the persuasion that is necessary is needed, and this occurs when innovations point towards the common good. Is this still the object to pursue?
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How I can find freely? Somewhere it is available but it is very costly (Chemical engineering magazine). So I am looking any alternative if available. Please suggest me.
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Thank You @ Junior Lorenzo Llanes, for your suggestion. I think you are right.
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Hello all,
I have been advised to include the grey literature in the review for. my PhD. I am confident in how to review articles that appear in the peer-reviewed periodicals but I am struggling with the grey literature (conference papers, articles in professional bulletins or magazines etc.) As you all know, these are usually short and certainly don't match the rigour of an article published in a journal I've been trying to find help on the net, to no avail. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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Claire
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Claire Ewin - Thank you for your question. I am not sure what is the topic and area of your PhD thesis. We need to include the grey literature in our search, mainly when there are not enough publications in proper literature on a topic. Also, when the area of research is newly evolving, and most work is in conference proceedings. Grey literature, may include research books such as those published by Springer (usually chapters are reviewed by the editors only). It also includes as you mentioned non-peer reviewed articles (magazines, etc.). It would help if you defined your inclusion and exclusion criteria for the search. The idea of the inclusion of grey literature should be an opportunity for your critique. They may be adding to the available evidence, or providing different aspects to the issue, lacking evidence or providing misleading information.
I recommend reading The book, Introduction to Systematic Reviews by Gough et al. It is worth reading.
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I would like to know which magazine might be best suited for publishing an article entitled "About 3D Reconstruction in Computer Vision"?
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I would like to know which magazine might be best suited for publishing an article entitled "About 3D Reconstruction in Computer Vision"?
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If your research is into the general 3D reconstruction then the following might be of interest to you:
# International Journal of Computer Vision
# IEEE Transactions on Image Processing
# Image and Vision Computing
Else, if the content is leaned more towards 3D reconstruction in the medical field then you could check:
# IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging
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I would like to know what newspapers, journals or magazines are actually developing or offering any Media and Information Literacy services or tools. I'm trying to develop a section of media and information literacy in a peruvian newspaper and I would like to have some kind of model to base my work on. For that matter, I will be doing a little research by analysing those media outlets. Thanks everyone.
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The Hindu an English newspaper with over 130 years behind was the first one in India to appoint a Readers Editorin 2006 , an internal type of ombudsman to interact with readers of their queries and issues related to media. it is a kind of media literacy column and you can get it in the net.
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I'm new in history of islam and i need to study some article in my field. please help me.
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Any specific topic? What do you need exactly?
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This year, Clarivate Analytics, the editors of the Journal Citation Reports (JCR), deleted 20 journals, 14 for high levels of self-citation and six for the stacking of citations, a pattern informally known as a "cartel of citations." In addition, he received five magazines that he described as Editorial Expression Concern after learning about the anomalies of citations after the finalization of the 2018 report. The JCR suppression lasts one year.
What is your opinion about this trend?
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I agree with Dean. That is what is happening.
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A scientific journal is a periodical press title published in the form of a journal. The number of scientific journals has risen sharply in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. a very large number of these journals are predatory. What does it mean to be a predatory magazine?
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Khaled - the original meaning of 'predatory', in relation to journals, was related to journals that approached authors i.e. targeted and preyed on 'unsuspecting' authors. However, nowadays, many reputable publishing houses i.e. SAGE, BMC etc target authors - but more to advertise their product and raise awareness of their journal range.
Today, the main difference is that a predatory journal is one that intentionally deceives the author with false claims. The claims can be many different things - such as claiming an Impact Factor - when they do not have one. Claiming that they are indexed when they are not. Claiming that they are based in say Europe - when they are often based on the sub-continent. Claiming Editors and an editorial board that may include people who have not given permission for their names to be included. Claiming that they have a review process - when they do not. They often use journal names that are very similar to established journals to try and deceive authors. The final big 'giveaway' is that they often ask for publication charges 'up front'. They are not concerned with quality - just concerned with payment.
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A set of friends and I were considering proposing a new journal, but I have questions about the process. We would like to propose an indexed journal for example, Springer or Elsevier.
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Very useful information -Following .
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In my research for my PhD, I seek to investigate the relationship between ISIS and Ibn Taymiyyah as a representative of Salafism through the primary sources of ISIS (magazines), and Ibn Taymiyyah's work. This comparison will be based on Ibn Taymiyyah's citations in these magazines. After evaluating these citations, I will examine the common matrix among these citations that will be the concepts of our work. So, my work will take those concepts into account (let's say 3 or 4 concepts, and each one could be a chapter). However, I am still thinking which theory (or theories ) could be applied in my research? In my work, I will look at the interpretations of the Islamic state of these concepts and compare them with the arguments of Ibn Taymiyah to examine out the similarities and differences between the two interpretations. So, I have some questions regarding this: 1- Is it the right way to make this comparison? 2- Do I need a theory (or theories ) to be applied? I welcome any suggestions.
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بداية في اعتقادي هناك ظلم واضح في اعتبار ابن تيمية ممثلا للسلفية أو فكره منبعا لداعش اليوم.
ثانيا اذا اردت المقارنة بين فكر داعش وكتابات ابن تيمية فمن المناسب البحث في النصوص التي يأخذها داعش عن ابن تيمية والتحقق من هذه النصوص وهل نقلهم دقيق منه ووممكن يكون النقل مبتور، ولكن لو نظرنا لما كتبه ابن تيمية في مواضع أخرى مخالف لما تم نقله
ندعو لكم بالتوفيق
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