How can I publish my review paper?
- Publishing your research. Steps to publication. Choosing a journal. Writing your paper.
- Choose Open. Choose Open. Choose Open Access when publishing your research.
- Research impact.
- Policies. Editorial Policies. Data sharing policies.
- Search current calls for papers.
- Try the Taylor & Francis Journal Suggester.
How long does it take for a paper to get published?
The time from submission to publication of an academic paper can vary greatly. Usually (in the humanities) it takes the editor and reviewers about 4–8 months to read your submission and get back to you. If you receive a revise and resubmit it may take another 2–4 months to hear back on the revised article.
Can I submit a paper to two conferences?
It is fine to present the same research at more than one conference. It is important to know that different audiences will give you different kinds of feedback. Certainly you should reframe each paper to match the focus of the particular conference. Likewise, change the title to reflect this specific reframing.
Can you publish something twice?
If an author publishes the same article twice, he or she is guilty not only of the misconduct of duplicate publication, but also of plagiarism; this time, the author has plagiarized himself or herself.
Can you publish research in multiple journals?
All researchers should seek to publish their work in peer-reviewed journals, but to publish it more than once (without a special reason and clear cross-referencing) is not acceptable.
Can I send my manuscript to more than one publisher?
“It depends on the type of publisher. Rather than sending a proposal to multiple publishers, an author should begin with a query letter. It’s perfectly acceptable to send a query simultaneously to multiple publishers. If more than one press responds with interest, the author should study the presses and rank them.
How do I decide which journal to submit to?
Make a list of available journals in your subject area and survey the type of articles published in them. Compare the quality of your articles to those published in these journals and then make a list of journals with a suitable impact factor range. Make sure the aims/scope of the journals match that of your study.
What is duplicate submission?
Duplicate submission / publication: This refers to the practice of submitting the same study to two journals or publishing more or less the same study in two journals. These submissions/publications can be nearly simultaneous or years later. “Self-plagiarism” is considered a form of redundant publication.
Which of the following is considered duplicate submission of previously published content?
It has also been termed multiple submissions or dual submission. While duplicate publication involves the submission of a previously published manuscript to another journal, simultaneous submission involves the submission of a manuscript that is under consideration at another journal.
What should you do if you suspect redundant duplicate publication?
Suspected redundant publication in a submitted manuscript
- The instructions to authors should state the journal’s policy on redundant publication.
- It may be helpful to request the institution’s policy.
- Ask authors to verify that their manuscript is original and has not been published elsewhere.
What is overlapping publication?
Publication overlap—the presentation of redundant ideas or data in multiple papers by the same authors—is a practice that warrants serious discussion. For example, authors may ask the same question with different datasets, or they may ask different questions with the same dataset.
Why is duplicate publication a problem?
Duplicate publication of original research is particularly problematic because it can result in inadvertent double-counting of data or inappropriate weighting of the results of a single study, which distorts the available evidence.
What is publication misconduct?
Publication misconduct includes plagiarism, fabrication, falsification, inappropriate authorship, duplicate submission/multiple submissions, overlapping publication, and salami publication.
How many open access journals are there?
12,500 open access journals