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GUIDE TO ACADEMIC AND SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION: How To Get Your Writing Published in Scholarly Journals

Written by an academic author, editor and proofreader, this Guide to Academic and Scientific Publication provides practical advice on planning, preparing and submitting articles for publication in scholarly journals. Whether you’re looking for information on designing an academic or scientific article, constructing a scholarly argument, targeting the right journal, following journal guidelines with precision, providing accurate and complete references, writing elegant scholarly English, communicating with journal editors or revising your paper in light of that communication, you’ll find guidance, tips and examples in this manual. Focussing on sound scholarly practices as well as the expectations and requirements of academic and scientific journals, this Guide is suitable for use in a wide variety of disciplines, including the Social, Physical and Biological Sciences, the Humanities, Medicine, Engineering, Mathematics, Economics, Law and Management.
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Why Academics' Writing Stinks

Together with wearing earth tones, driving Priuses, and having a foreign policy, the most conspicuous trait of the American professoriate may be the prose style called academese. An editorial cartoon by Tom Toles shows a bearded academic at his desk offering the following explanation of why SAT verbal scores are at an all-time low:

"Incomplete implementation of strategized programmatics designated to maximize acquisition of awareness and utilization of communications skills pursuant to standardized review and assessment of languaginal development." In a similar vein, Bill Watterson has the 6-year-old Calvin titling his homework assignment "The Dynamics of Inter­being and Monological Imperatives in Dick and Jane: A Study in Psychic Transrelational Gender Modes," and exclaiming to Hobbes, his tiger companion, "Academia, here I come!"

No honest professor can deny that there’s something to the stereotype. When the late Denis Dutton (founder of the Chronicle-owned Arts & Letters Daily) ran an annual Bad Writing Contest to celebrate "the most stylistically lamentable passages found in scholarly books and articles," he had no shortage of nominations, and he awarded the prizes to some of academe’s leading lights.

But the familiarity of bad academic writing raises a puzzle. Why should a profession that trades in words and dedicates itself to the transmission of knowledge so often turn out prose that is turgid, soggy, wooden, bloated, clumsy, obscure, unpleasant to read, and impossible to understand?


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Don't we all know, CEOs, technology marketing and PR pros who also talk and write like that?

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Economic Growth and Internet Usage Impact on Publication Productivity among ASEAN’s and World’s Best Universities - E-LIS repository

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Economic Growth and Internet Usage Impact on Publication Productivity among ASEAN’s and World’s Best Universities

Gholizadeh, Hossein and Salehi, Hadi and Embi, Mohamed Amin and Danaee, Mahmoud and Ordi, Ali and Tanha, Farid Habibi and Ale Ebrahim, Nader and Osman, Noor Azuan Abu Economic Growth and Internet Usage Impact on Publication Productivity among ASEAN’s and World’s Best Universities. Modern Applied Science, 2014, vol. 8, n. 5, pp. 169-178. [Journal article (Print/Paginated)]
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Measuring the number of papers which are published each year, publication productivity is the factor which shows the reputation of universities and countries. However, the effect of growing economy and using internet on the publication productivity in Asian countries has not been discovered yet. The present research is going to figure out the publication productivity among the elite universities in Asian countries and also ten top universities around the world in the last twenty years (from 1993 to 2012). Furthermore, the current research is aimed to study the relationship among publication, gross domestic product (GDP) and internet usage. It is worth to mention that the publication of the top Ten Malaysian Universities was regarded for the similar period of time. To get the exact numbers of documents like papers, conference articles, review papers and letters which are published by the universities in the last twenty years, the writer of the same paper used the Science Direct database. Moreover, the data for GDP and the number of internet usage was collected through the World Bank database (World Data Bank).To compare all kinds of publications,one-way ANOVA was used and to investigate the impact of economic growth and internet usage on publication productivity, multiple regression analysis was applied.The results showed that the rate of publication growth was 1.9, 20.9, and 65.5 in top universities in the world, ASEAN countries and Malaysia, respectively.The results also showed that there was a positive and significant correlation between GDP and the number of internet users with the number of publications in ASEAN and Malaysian universities. Internet usage had much more influence in comparison with the GDP in predicting the number of publications among these groups except for top ten Malaysian universities from 2003 to 2012. In summary, publication trends in top ten Malaysian and ASEAN universities are promising. However, policy makers and science managers should spend much more percentage of their GDP on Internet facilities and research studies that their outputs lead to more rapid economic growth and internet usage.
Item type: Journal article (Print/Paginated)
Keywords: ASEAN, publication productivity, documents, internet usage, GDP, Malaysian Universities, publication trend
Subjects: H. Information sources, supports, channels.
I. Information treatment for information services
L. Information technology and library technology.
Depositing user: Dr. Nader Ale Ebrahim
Date deposited: 22 Sep 2014 11:36
Last modified: 22 Sep 2014 11:36
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/23780
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1. Sarel, M., Growth and productivity in ASEAN countries. 1997: International Monetary Fund.

2. Jin, J.C. and L. Jin, Research publications and economic growth: evidence from cross-country regressions. Applied Economics, 2013. 45(8): p. 983-990.

3. Nelson, R.R. and E.S. Phelps, Investment in humans, technological diffusion, and economic growth. The American Economic Review, 1966. 56(1/2): p. 69-75.

4. Lucas Jr, R.E., On the mechanics of economic development. Journal of monetary economics, 1988. 22(1): p. 3-42.

5. Becker, G.S., Human capital: A theoretical and empirical analysis, with special reference to education. 2009: University of Chicago Press.

6. Romer, P.M., Endogenous technological change. Journal of political Economy, 1990: p. S71-S102.

7. Mankiw, N.G., D. Romer, and D.N. Weil, A contribution to the empirics of economic growth. The quarterly journal of economics, 1992. 107(2): p. 407-437.

8. Barro, R.J., Economic growth in a cross section of countries. The quarterly journal of economics, 1991. 106(2): p. 407-443.

9. Bils, M. and P.J. Klenow, Does schooling cause growth? American economic review, 2000: p. 1160-1183.

10. Zain, Z.M., R. Ishak, and E.K. Ghani, The influence of corporate culture on organisational commitment: A study on a Malaysian listed company. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 2009. 17(17): p. 16-26.

11. Yazit, N. and A. Zainab, Publication productivity of Malaysian authors and institutions in LIS. Malaysian Journal of Library and Information Science, 2007. 12.

12. Narin, F. and K.S. Hamilton, Bibliometric performance measures. Scientometrics, 1996. 36(3): p. 293-310.

13. Toutkoushian, R.K., et al., Using publications counts to measure an institution's research productivity. Research in Higher Education, 2003. 44(2): p. 121-148.

14. Liu, N.C. and Y. Cheng, The academic ranking of world universities. Higher education in Europe, 2005. 30(2): p. 127-136.

15. Meho, L.I. and K.M. Spurgin, Ranking the research productivity of lis faculty and schools: An evaluation of data sources and research methods. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 56.

16. Hart, R.L., Co-authorship in the academic library literature: a survey of attitudes and behaviors. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 2000. 26(5): p. 339-345.

17. Uzun, A., Productivity ratings of institutions based on publication in Scientometrics, Informetrics, and Bibliometrics, 1981–2000. Scientometrics, 2002. 53(3): p. 297-307.

18. Gu, Y. and A. Zainab, Publication productivity of Malaysian researchers in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology. Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 2001. 6(1): p. 1-23.

19. Fox, M.F., Publication productivity among scientists: A critical review. Social Studies of Science, 1983. 13(2): p. 285-305.

20. Lefaivre, K.A. and P.J. O’Brien, 100 most cited articles in orthopaedic surgery. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®, 2011. 469(5): p. 1487-1497.

21. Kelly, J., et al., The 100 classic papers of orthopaedic surgery a bibliometric analysis. Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, British Volume, 2010. 92(10): p. 1338-1343.

22. Ponce, F.A. and A.M. Lozano, Highly cited works in neurosurgery. Part I: the 100 top-cited papers in neurosurgical journals: A review. Journal of neurosurgery, 2010. 112(2): p. 223-232.

23. Joynt, R.L. and J.A. Leonard, Dantrolene sodium suspension in treatment of spastic cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 1980. 22(6): p. 755-767.

24. Falagas, M.E., et al., Comparison of PubMed, Scopus, web of science, and Google scholar: strengths and weaknesses. The FASEB Journal, 2008. 22(2): p. 338-342.

25. Yi, H., X. Ao, and Y.-S. Ho, Use of citation per publication as an indicator to evaluate pentachlorophenol research. Scientometrics, 2008. 75(1): p. 67-80.

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Economic Growth and Internet Usage Impact on Publication Productivity among ASEAN’s and World’s Best Universities

Gholizadeh, Hossein and Salehi, Hadi and Embi, Mohamed Amin and Danaee, Mahmoud and Ordi, Ali and Tanha, Farid Habibi and Ale Ebrahim, Nader and Osman, Noor Azuan Abu Economic Growth and Internet Usage Impact on Publication Productivity among ASEAN’s and World’s Best Universities. Modern Applied Science, 2014, vol. 8, n. 5, pp. 169-178. [Journal article (Print/Paginated)]

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Download (395Kb)Official URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2495293 http://www.ccsene...English abstract

Measuring the number of papers which are published each year, publication productivity is the factor which shows the reputation of universities and countries. However, the effect of growing economy and using internet on the publication productivity in Asian countries has not been discovered yet. The present research is going to figure out the publication productivity among the elite universities in Asian countries and also ten top universities around the world in the last twenty years (from 1993 to 2012). Furthermore, the current research is aimed to study the relationship among publication, gross domestic product (GDP) and internet usage. It is worth to mention that the publication of the top Ten Malaysian Universities was regarded for the similar period of time. To get the exact numbers of documents like papers, conference articles, review papers and letters which are published by the universities in the last twenty years, the writer of the same paper used the Science Direct database. Moreover, the data for GDP and the number of internet usage was collected through the World Bank database (World Data Bank).To compare all kinds of publications,one-way ANOVA was used and to investigate the impact of economic growth and internet usage on publication productivity, multiple regression analysis was applied.The results showed that the rate of publication growth was 1.9, 20.9, and 65.5 in top universities in the world, ASEAN countries and Malaysia, respectively.The results also showed that there was a positive and significant correlation between GDP and the number of internet users with the number of publications in ASEAN and Malaysian universities. Internet usage had much more influence in comparison with the GDP in predicting the number of publications among these groups except for top ten Malaysian universities from 2003 to 2012. In summary, publication trends in top ten Malaysian and ASEAN universities are promising. However, policy makers and science managers should spend much more percentage of their GDP on Internet facilities and research studies that their outputs lead to more rapid economic growth and internet usage.

Item type:Journal article (Print/Paginated)Keywords:ASEAN, publication productivity, documents, internet usage, GDP, Malaysian Universities, publication trendSubjects:H. Information sources, supports, channels.
I. Information treatment for information services
L. Information technology and library technology.Depositing user:Dr. Nader Ale EbrahimDate deposited:22 Sep 2014 11:36Last modified:22 Sep 2014 11:36URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10760/23780Check full metadata for this recordReferences

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1. Sarel, M., Growth and productivity in ASEAN countries. 1997: International Monetary Fund.

2. Jin, J.C. and L. Jin, Research publications and economic growth: evidence from cross-country regressions. Applied Economics, 2013. 45(8): p. 983-990.

3. Nelson, R.R. and E.S. Phelps, Investment in humans, technological diffusion, and economic growth. The American Economic Review, 1966. 56(1/2): p. 69-75.

4. Lucas Jr, R.E., On the mechanics of economic development. Journal of monetary economics, 1988. 22(1): p. 3-42.

5. Becker, G.S., Human capital: A theoretical and empirical analysis, with special reference to education. 2009: University of Chicago Press.

6. Romer, P.M., Endogenous technological change. Journal of political Economy, 1990: p. S71-S102.

7. Mankiw, N.G., D. Romer, and D.N. Weil, A contribution to the empirics of economic growth. The quarterly journal of economics, 1992. 107(2): p. 407-437.

8. Barro, R.J., Economic growth in a cross section of countries. The quarterly journal of economics, 1991. 106(2): p. 407-443.

9. Bils, M. and P.J. Klenow, Does schooling cause growth? American economic review, 2000: p. 1160-1183.

10. Zain, Z.M., R. Ishak, and E.K. Ghani, The influence of corporate culture on organisational commitment: A study on a Malaysian listed company. European Journal of Economics, Finance and Administrative Sciences, 2009. 17(17): p. 16-26.

11. Yazit, N. and A. Zainab, Publication productivity of Malaysian authors and institutions in LIS. Malaysian Journal of Library and Information Science, 2007. 12.

12. Narin, F. and K.S. Hamilton, Bibliometric performance measures. Scientometrics, 1996. 36(3): p. 293-310.

13. Toutkoushian, R.K., et al., Using publications counts to measure an institution's research productivity. Research in Higher Education, 2003. 44(2): p. 121-148.

14. Liu, N.C. and Y. Cheng, The academic ranking of world universities. Higher education in Europe, 2005. 30(2): p. 127-136.

15. Meho, L.I. and K.M. Spurgin, Ranking the research productivity of lis faculty and schools: An evaluation of data sources and research methods. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 56.

16. Hart, R.L., Co-authorship in the academic library literature: a survey of attitudes and behaviors. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 2000. 26(5): p. 339-345.

17. Uzun, A., Productivity ratings of institutions based on publication in Scientometrics, Informetrics, and Bibliometrics, 1981–2000. Scientometrics, 2002. 53(3): p. 297-307.

18. Gu, Y. and A. Zainab, Publication productivity of Malaysian researchers in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology. Malaysian Journal of Library & Information Science, 2001. 6(1): p. 1-23.

19. Fox, M.F., Publication productivity among scientists: A critical review. Social Studies of Science, 1983. 13(2): p. 285-305.

20. Lefaivre, K.A. and P.J. O’Brien, 100 most cited articles in orthopaedic surgery. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research®, 2011. 469(5): p. 1487-1497.

21. Kelly, J., et al., The 100 classic papers of orthopaedic surgery a bibliometric analysis. Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, British Volume, 2010. 92(10): p. 1338-1343.

22. Ponce, F.A. and A.M. Lozano, Highly cited works in neurosurgery. Part I: the 100 top-cited papers in neurosurgical journals: A review. Journal of neurosurgery, 2010. 112(2): p. 223-232.

23. Joynt, R.L. and J.A. Leonard, Dantrolene sodium suspension in treatment of spastic cerebral palsy. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 1980. 22(6): p. 755-767.

24. Falagas, M.E., et al., Comparison of PubMed, Scopus, web of science, and Google scholar: strengths and weaknesses. The FASEB Journal, 2008. 22(2): p. 338-342.

25. Yi, H., X. Ao, and Y.-S. Ho, Use of citation per publication as an indicator to evaluate pentachlorophenol research. Scientometrics, 2008. 75(1): p. 67-80.

 

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Guide des logiciels libres - APRIL

Biens communs à développer et à protéger, les logiciels libres offrent à chacun la possibilité de les copier, de les modifier et de les diffuser à volonté et en toute légalité. Ils sont aujourd’hui en mesure de répondre à la plupart des besoins des associations. Pourtant, celles-ci ont peu recours à cette offre informatique éthique et respectueuse des libertés des utilisateurs.
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Retractions of scientific publications: responsibility and accountability | Biochemia Medica

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This evidence-based opinion piece gives a short overview of the increase in retractions of publications in scientific journals and discusses various reasons for that increase. Also discussed are some of the recent prominent cases of scientific misconduct, the number of authors with multiple retractions, and problems with reproducibility of published research. Finally, some of the effects of faulty research on science and society, as well as possible solutions are discussed.

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