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How to Publish Research Paper?

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How to publish research paper in an international journal? There is a standard process that you need to follow to publish your research paper in an international journal. The researcher needs to know the process before he/she from the beginning of the research. Also, there is a need that the researcher strictly follows the criteria of good research. Some research …

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Writing and Publishing a Research Paper

Written by Saira Naeem Researchers conduct research or study a phenomenon and write research papers on them for a number of purposes, they might include the following To know about something newTo answer specific research questionsFor finding solutions to a problem, orTo offer alternatives etc Once their research is complete, they most certainly would want their papers to get published in international journals, …

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How to Write a Successful Research Paper

Written by Saira Naeem We all need to succeed in whatever we do in life. Whether it is on the academic, personal or professional front, we all want to be successful. However, success doesn’t come easily, success requires a certain frame of mind, an attitude, a motivation and a determination to do well in addition to knowledge and practice. Take …

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How to Avoid Bias in Research

Bias in research

What is bias in research A bias in research can be defined as an unfair and prejudiced interest or selection of one idea, solution, outcome, or person and group over the other. In bias the reason for the selection of a particular group or idea is not based on reason, logic, assumption, or judgement. The biased selection is always based …

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What is Academic Writing?

Academic Writing

Written by Saira Naeem What is academic writing? All of us can write,we write for various purposes. We write letters, jot down notes, post reminders, even update our statuses on social media platforms such as Facebook every day. So writing is a skill acquired over the years but it is something that we take entirely for granted. There are different …

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Responsible Conduct of Research

responsible conduct of research

In recent years what is responsible conduct of research and how it should be maintained is a question that has gained a lot of importance. A responsible conduct of research means an obligation that the researcher will abide by the rules, regulations and standards of responsible research criteria. UC Santa Barbara Office of Research defines responsible conduct of research as …

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Sharing of Research Results

Long time back it was a common practice by the scientists to hold research results and discoveries. they did not share research results due to a fear that if shared people will claim it as their own and get benefit form it. This was the time when researchers and scientists did not know how to share research discoveries while making …

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Intellectual Property rights in Research

Intellectual property in research

Intellectual property rights in research refer to the copyrights and patents that the researcher and the publisher claim and obtain to protect the work from misuse. Intellectual property is a legal right of the researcher as research has value to the researcher. No one has a right to use some one else’s research findings in ways that are not allowed …

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Research Authorship and Allocation of Credit

Research Authorship

What is research authorship Research authorship refers to the author or authors who have contributed to it and once the research is published there name appears as author name on the research. There can be a single author who did the research but many times there are two or more than two authors. Authors carry the responsibility of the research …

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Mistakes and Errors in Research

mistakes and errors in research

Mistakes and errors in research may occur due to various reasons. Every research is susceptible to errors and mistakes. Broadly speaking there could be two reasons for these mistakes and errors: one because of laxity and negligence on part of the researcher, research team, or research supervisor; two it could be due to some human error that is not conscious. …

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