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Online or printed academic periodicals in specific subjects to which the research papers in various topics are sent by the authors and are published after being reviewed and accepted by the editorial board.

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and to know whether there are any glaring omissions in the review. Anything in any of the interdisciplinary journals or the fields top in-house journals. They might do a quick search to see if …
answered Aug 2 '18 by Ian Sudbery
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Many review processes are single-blind rather than double-blind (that is often the reviewer knows the identity of the authors but the authors don't know the identity of the reviewer). One of the arg …
answered Nov 27 '18 by Ian Sudbery
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A lot of it is about audience: this is obvious in places like Nature and Science, which are general science journals, and are therefore looking for papers that will appeal to a general science …
answered Feb 25 by Ian Sudbery
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If the student did the work, then I see no problem at all. While its never happened for me with an undergrad dissertation (mostly because UGs get about 3 weeks to write their dissertation after the re …
answered May 24 '18 by Ian Sudbery