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Thursday 08 July 2021

Learned Publishing: July 2021 is now available

The July 2021 issue of Learned Publishing has now been published, with yet another bumper crop of articles.

Login to access the latest issue online (Volume 34, Issue 3) .

Editor's Choice for this issue are as follows:

  1. Politics matters: The power dynamics behind Chinese English-language humanities and social science journals
  2. Investigating gender differences in journal selection decisions: A survey of academic researchers
  3. Standardizing terminology for text recycling in research writing
  4. Fear of the academic fake? Journal editorials and the amplification of the 'predatory publishing' discourse.

This issue includes articles on the following topics:

  • Diversity
    • Investigating gender differences in journal selection decisions: A survey of academic researchers
  • Academic perspectives
    • Perspectives on institutional valuing and support for academic and translational outputs in Japan and Australia
    • Politics matters: The power dynamics behind Chinese English-language humanities and social science journals
    • Author Preprint Behaviour and Non-Compliance with Journal Preprint Policies: One Biomedical Journal’s Experience
  • Publishing metrics
    • Evaluating the correlation between different impact indicators for Library and Information Science Journals: comparing the Journal Citation Reports and Scopus
    • Visegrád countries’ scientific productivity in the European context: a 10-year perspective of Web of Science and Scopus
    • Research on Industry 4.0 and its key technologies in Vietnam: A Bibliometric Analysis of Publications by Vietnamese Affiliations using Scopus database
    • Did anthropause generate a research pause during the pandemic? Facts of a non-medical scientific journal
  • Editorial standards
    • Ethical review and informed consent guidelines of high impact anthropology, business, and education research journals
    • Standardizing terminology for text recycling in research writing
    • Improving peer-review by developing reviewers’ feedback literacy
  • Predatory publishing
    • Beall’s legacy in the battle against predatory publishers
    • Fear of the academic fake? Journal editorials and the amplification of the ‘predatory publishing’ discourse
    • Knowledge Production on Predatory Publishing: A Systematic Review
  • Publishing and COVID
    • Publishing trends of one institution’s COVID-19 research outputs
    • Evolution pattern of scientific collaboration on COVID-19: A bibliometric analysis
    • COVID-19 rapid review cross-publisher initiative: what we’ve learned and what we’re going to do next.
  • Industry updates
    • scite: The Next Generation of Citations
    • Opportunities for open access: Insights from the Wiley Practitioner Survey
    • Research4Life: Landscape and Situation Analysis - Review

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