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The History of Some Watermarks in Manuscripts of the 19 th Century
Azza Mahmoud Aly
Cybrarians Journal , 2005,
Abstract: A Research about the watermarks in Manuscripts of the 19 th Century, it show every watermark and gives its history and description and position.
From The Islamic Heritage in Palestine : Rare Manuscripts from Al Masjed Al Omry in Gaza
Abd El Latef Zaki Abou Hashem
Cybrarians Journal , 2005,
Abstract: This Article is a studying and publishing to one of manuscripts found at Al Masjed Al Omry in Gaza, Palestine, this manuscript is "Dewan Ben Zuqah Al Ghuzy"
Archivos de Zootecnia: Editorial report 2011
Gómez Castro,A.G.; López de Bustamante,M.C.; Perea Mu?oz,J.; Arcos Castejón,J.;
Archivos de Zootecnia , 2012, DOI: 10.4321/S0004-05922012000100001
Abstract: the editorial process of archivos de zootecnia during 2011 is reported below. a total of 373 manuscripts were received from 31 countries, mainly from brazil (77%). consequently, the language most frequently used in the manuscripts was portuguese, followed by spanish and english. the mean time from submission to publication of a manuscript was 700.4 days shorter than the 836.3 days lasted during 2010. the rejection rate was 52.3%. in 2011, 104 articles, 60 short notes and 5 reviews (total 169) were published by authors coming from 23 countries.
Archivos de Zootecnia: Editorial report 2010
Gómez Castro,A.G.; López de Bustamante,M.C.; Perea Mu?oz,J.; Arcos Castejón,J.;
Archivos de Zootecnia , 2011, DOI: 10.4321/S0004-05922011000100001
Abstract: the editorial process of archivos de zootecnia during 2010 is reported below. a total of 384 manuscripts were received from 33 countries, mainly from brazil (66.9%). consequently, the language most frequently used in the manuscripts was portuguese, followed by spanish and english. the mean time between submission and publication of a manuscript was 836.3 days. the rejection rate was 50.8%. in 2010, 49 articles, 21 short notes and 10 reviews (total 83) were published by authors coming from 15 countries.
Archivos de Zootecnia: Editorial report 2009
Gómez Castro,A.G.; López de Bustamante,M.C.; Perea Mu?oz,J.; Arcos Castejón,J.;
Archivos de Zootecnia , 2010, DOI: 10.4321/S0004-05922010000100001
Abstract: the editorial process of archivos de zootecnia during 2009 is reported below. a total of 342 manuscripts were received from 24 countries, mainly from brazil (75.8%). consequently, the language most frequently used in the manuscripts was portuguese, followed by spanish and english. the mean time between submission and publication of a manuscript was 690.7 days. the rejection rate was 53.5%. in 2009, 44 articles, 72 short notes and 9 reviews (total 125) were published by authors from 29 countries.
Cómo atraer más y mejores manuscritos para publicación en las revistas biomédicas chilenas
Oyarzún G,Manuel;
Revista médica de Chile , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872002000300004
Abstract: a survey was addressed to 57 editors of chilean biomedical journals, on how to attract more and better manuscripts to their journals. thirty seven editors (65%) answered this survey. according to them the main motivation of medical societies for editing their own journals is to improve information acquisition. to communicate an experience, followed by getting credits in their curriculum vit?, were considered by the editors as the main motivations of authors to submit papers. the most frequent deficiencies of manuscripts received are: disorganization in their presentation and bad adherence to journal's requirements for submitting manuscripts. an improvement in the relationship between author-editor-reviewer was mentioned by most of the editors, as the mechanism to be used to enhance the quality of the manuscripts. only 14 editors (38%) agree in that there is a decrease in the number of original papers submitted. this decrease was attributed by most of them, to a high pressure for publishing in journals with the highest impact factor. suggestions on how to improve the chilean biomedical journals included: a) to professionalize editorial work and to increase meticulousness when reviewing manuscripts; b) to increase the recognition of articles published in chilean biomedical journals, when applying for academic promotions or research grants and c) to create a "national impact factor" (rev méd chile 2002; 130: 267-74)
Crear o copiar... ?Cuál es la diferencia?
López P,Ricardo;
Revista médica de Chile , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872009000100019
Abstract: creating and copying are two different processes; we must not confuse creativity with plagiarism. however, this distinction is problematic, because there is no possibility of creating from scratch, this implies that any creative act necessarily arises from accumulative experience, inevitably producing a continuity between oíd and new. even so it is necessary to establish clearly the difference between creating and copying. it is not desirable that a matter of such importance remains in the nébula or that the relationship between creativity and ethics is kept unaware. there are many cases of plagiarism, but this cannot be a consolation. there is no gain when the existence of a plagiarism is ignored or concealed and less when it is unjustified.
El plagio en publicaciones científicas
Reyes B,Humberto;
Revista médica de Chile , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872009000100001
Abstract: similar to what occurs in ?iterature, art and other human endeavours, every scientific repon is based in previous work done by others. the new paper should add something original but a basic law of scientific honesty demands that any mention oíideas, observations or thinking that has been previously proposed or published by others, should be acknowledgedproperly in the text andin the references. plagiarism is identified when the authors of a scientific repon use ideas or text that belong to others and present them as original, the previous source is concealed or it is referred to in a different context. the authors of a paper that contains plagiarism have the intention to mislead the readers, pretending to be the original authors of an idea that was expressed previously by others, or to be the owners of results shown by them. plagiarism is a dishonest behaviour and, when discovered, may have dangerous consequences because the editors of the journal may publish a notice of retraction that will be inserted by medline in both papers: the plagiarized and the plagiarizer, to be noticed by everyone who accesses to either of them in the internet.
La importancia de declarar un conflicto de intereses en las revistas médicas
Revista médica de Chile , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0034-98872003000100001
Abstract: medical journals are often at risk of difussing research articles, reviews, position articles, editorials or letters whose message has been influenced by a conflict of interest. the readers may then be induced to accept conclusions and recommendations based on biassed protocols or an unwarranted interpretation of the results. financial support or professional links with pharmaceutical companies or other supporting agencies are the most common sources of conflict of interests, often difficult to detect. similarly, reviews of manuscripts can be biassed by personal relationships (good or bad) between reviewers and authors, by academic competition or intellectual passion, becoming other sources of conflict of interest. even when a potential conflict of interest exists, it may not necessarily have influenced the manuscript or its review but in order to defend the transparency of the editorial process, from submission to publication, authors, reviewers and editors should declare any conflict of interest they may have and allow others to decide whether the action has been biassed or not. in the present issue of revista médica de chile, an updated text of the instructions to authors establishes that all authors should sign a statement of having or not a conflict of interest, clarifying which aspects of the work might have been affected by it (rev med chile 2003; 131: 7-9)
Parekbolaia palaiographika
Dieter Harlfinger
Parekbolai : an Electronic Journal for Byzantine Literature , 2011,
Abstract: The heading Parekbolaia palaiographika is used for short notes on Greek Palaeography, accompanied by images where possible.
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