Many first-time authors use the research conducted as part of their PhD or even Master’s thesis as a basis for a journal article. While that’s a logical step, the requirements for a thesis differ from those of a paper in a peer reviewed academic journal in very significant ways. Ensuring that you are familiar with these can prove the difference between acceptance and rejection...
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Predatory publishers present themselves as legitimate Open Access publishers but use questionable publishing practices such as:
The list at the link below was extracted from the archive of Beall’s list. It will be updated as new information or suggested edits are submitted or found by the maintainers of this site.
Beall’s list of predatory journals (Archived on internet archive as at 31.12.2016)