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refereed journal

[ref′ərēd′]
Etymology: L, referre, to bring back, diurnalis, daily record
a professional or literary journal in which articles or papers are selected for publication by a panel of referees who are experts in the field. They read and evaluate each of the articles submitted for publication. The important national professional journals in medicine and nursing are refereed.
A professional journal that only publishes articles subjected to a rigourous process which may require validation of findings in addition to peer review

refereed journal,

n a professional or literary journal or publication in which articles or papers are selected for publication by a panel of readers or referees who are experts in the field.
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Integration of Theory, Research, and Practice in Refereed Journal Articles in 2013
Overall, reported time spent on research activities positively affects research productivity in four of the six items shown (recent refereed journal articles; book reviews, chapters, and creative works; books, textbooks, and reports; and presentations).
There can be no doubt a sure way to dredge up controversy among a faculty is to drum up talk on evaluating the quality of the refereed journals in which they publish (Shugan, 2003; Uncles, 2004).
The quantity of refereed journal publications, books authored, books edited, book chapters written, professional monographs, national/international proceedings, and grants were all measured and coded as metric data (1, 5, 10, etc.
During his 10-year tenure with this refereed journal, Harry remained committed to the original vision and mandate of the publication: an interdisciplinary journal which addresses people in the built and natural environments, with a focus on integrated knowledge in the fields of environment, development and design.
1) Reviewed a professional refereed journal manuscript that address one or more of the CHES Responsibilities and Competencies.
It does perhaps justify some scepticism over our academic `publish or perish' system, at least beyond the credential-establishing tenure stage, for which the very process of getting an acceptance from a refereed journal is a useful signal of ability and diligence, even if the published article is never cited or even read.
The National Foreign Language Resource Center and the Department of Second Language Studies of the College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature at the University of Hawai i at Manoa are pleased to announce their joint sponsorship of the online journal Reading in a Foreign Language, a scholarly international refereed journal founded in 1983 at the University of Aston, Birmingham, England.
The JRI is the leading refereed journal in the world on all aspects of risk management and insurance.
This premiere issue of our refereed journal represents yet another developmental landmark toward the development of the Rogerian conceptual system.
In addition to publishing over forty-five refereed journal articles, Dr.
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