manuscript

(redirected from Manuscripts)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

manuscript

A document, in particular a rough draft of a paper/document, intended for publication in a journal, book, or other printed or electronic form.

manuscript

Journalism A document, in particular, a rough draft of a paper/document intended for publication in a journal, book, other printed, or electronic form. See Authorship Cf Peer review.

manuscript

(man′yŭ-skript″) [L. manuscriptus, written by hand]
A handwritten or typed document, used, for example, to inform students or health care workers or to report research findings.
References in periodicals archive ?
As in the original submission, the revised manuscripts must have numbered lines to facilitate locating specific text or changes.
Nevertheless, many insights emerge: the importance of travel by water and the machinations of patrons and authors, not to mention scribes and illuminators, are just some of the outcomes of studying manuscripts.
Published manuscripts are expected to be original, important contributions to knowledge, and are expected to present valid results in sufficient detail for readers to assess the quality of the inferences drawn.
Pascale Bourgain examines the idea of a textual tradition, how texts were disseminated and how far, as well as at the idea of the success of a text in "The circulation of texts in manuscript culture" (140-59); Lucie Dolezalova, in "Multilingualism and late medieval manuscript culture" (160-80), finds similarities between medieval England and medieval Bohemia with respect to manuscripts that communicate in three languages; and Keith Busby and Christopher Kleinhenz, in "Medieval French and Italian Literature: towards a manuscript history" (215-42), suggest that attention to manuscript transmission can lead to a "radically different vision" (215) of the influence of particular authors and texts in this period.
Writing about multilingual manuscripts, using as her examples ones of Czech origin, Lucie Dolezalova notes that during the Middle Ages vernaculars were not yet stable or clearly defined units.
She discusses the use of certain visual elements inserted in manuscripts that belong to a cultural environment where written texts have always been considered less valuable than the oral intellectual tradition.
The event also featured two workshops, which offered insights into the Ebru technique and explored manual restoration, including techniques used to assess the condition of manuscripts before and after treatment, and the methods used by experts to save and protect manuscripts from damage.
Additional information on how to submit to the Weekly through MMWR ScholarOne Manuscripts is available at https://www.
Written on vellum and paper by expert scribes, these manuscripts are our links to medieval Irish culture.
The addition of the prose material also necessitated the creation of individual manuscript catalogs for approximately twenty new repositories, meaning that the Archive's Integrated Catalog now brings together manuscripts that are spread across more than fifty repositories around the world.
A spokesman for the university said: "Time slots will be allocated to view the manuscript, and a limited number of tickets are available.
Thus, in the context of peer review of manuscripts, interrater reliability can be conceptualized as the extent to which two or more reviewers, using the same evaluation rubric, agree in their assessments of the quality and acceptability of the same manuscript (Huck, 2008; Kottner et al.