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Gender and the Academy of Management Journal: A Thirty-Year Study
Gender and the Academy of Management Journal: A Thirty-Year Study
This article examines the gap in gender bias-related publication using the Academy of Management Journal, a top-tier manag...
Predatory Journals in Journalism and Mass Communication: A Case Study of Deceptions
Predatory Journals in Journalism and Mass Communication: A Case Study of Deceptions
Predatory publishing is an increasingly difficult challenge to ignore because it threatens the integrity of research liter...
Achieving a Professorship with Proper Academic Merit: Discouraging Questionable Publishing
Achieving a Professorship with Proper Academic Merit: Discouraging Questionable Publishing
There are frequent discussions in many research communities about publishing in predatory and questionable outlets. It is ...
Writing Anthropology: Essays on Craft and Commitment edited by Carole McGranahan
Writing Anthropology: Essays on Craft and Commitment edited by Carole McGranahan
Writing Anthropology: Essays on Craft and Commitment edited by Carole McGranahan"/> Writing Anthropology...
Editorial of the Journal of Scholarly Publishing
Editorial of the Journal of Scholarly Publishing
deborah c. poff, CM, PhD, is a retired Professor of Philosophy and Senior Academic Administrator. She holds four degrees f...
A ‘Thankless Task’? My Work as a Book Review Editor
A ‘Thankless Task’? My Work as a Book Review Editor
In this article, the book review editor of Monumenta Nipponica, a Japanese studies journal based in Tokyo, describes the s...
Strategies to Increase the Number of Open Access Journals: The Cases of Elsevier and Springer Nature
Strategies to Increase the Number of Open Access Journals: The Cases of Elsevier and Springer Nature
In recent years, major commercial publishers have strengthened their presence in both the subscription journal market and ...
Publication History: A Double-DOI-Based Method for Storing and/or Monitoring Information about Published and Corrected Academic Literature
Publication History: A Double-DOI-Based Method for Storing and/or Monitoring Information about Published and Corrected Academic Literature
The status of published literature can change at any time in its history following publication, although existing structur...
What I’ve Learned about Writing a Second Book
What I’ve Learned about Writing a Second Book
Much has been written to inform academics about revising a dissertation and completing a book, but most of this advice foc...
Author Choice of Journal Type Based on Income Level of Country
Author Choice of Journal Type Based on Income Level of Country
Readers can access open access articles for free, but authors or research funders pay article-processing charges to publis...
Why I Review Unimpressive Books
Why I Review Unimpressive Books
Unimpressive books fail to make effective, distinctive, or otherwise substantive contributions. Yet their reviews can be u...
Career Difficulties That Chinese Academic Journal Editors Face and Their Causes
The purpose of this article is twofold: 1) to analyse common career difficulties experienced by academic journal editors i...
The Internationalization of Chinese English-Language Humanities and Social Science Journals
This paper surveys the status of Chinese English-language journals in the humanities and social sciences (HSS-CELJs). HSS-...
The Role of the Editor of an Academic Publication Blog
Academic blogging is now a widely used medium for scholarly communication. A substantial body of literature exists on the ...
Testing and Refining Scholarly Communications Workflows and Work Habits for the Digital Age
Greenhouse Studios | Scholarly Communications Design at UConn is a shared venture of the School of Fine Arts, University L...
Multilingual Scholars’ Experiences in Publishing in the Social Sciences and Humanities
Multilingual scholars in the social sciences and humanities at universities in Saudi Arabia face challenges to publishing ...