Each database contains a scope document, which may advise details such as: coverage (currency), list of citation abbreviations, sources. And is particularly useful for databases that cover many sources (a large range of journals or reports) eg cover the database Named All United Kingdom Reports Many reports. The database domain will show these reports and the domain information is to the right of the database name and appears either as a link, dropdown box, or references. Journal conditions for indexing help maintain the ethics and quality of publication and increase the visibility, validity, availability and readability of scholarly research. As discussed in previous publications, journals can increase their reach and impact by “indexing” their publications by one or more leading databases, to clarify So suppose you are buying a car.
The seller explains the options for owning this car, saying that it has a security certificate from a European country or a certificate against theft from a prominent company. And make sure that the car manufacturer has received valid certificates for this product. In the case of a paper publication process, it is much like buying a good car.
Indexes are the standards and certifications that journals can take if they comply with a set of principles and rules applicable to every successful indexing body. Simply put, an index is actually a standard system that different journals can obtain if they Stick to the standards for that specific index. For example, ISI indexing has a set of rules and standards that journals must abide by. There are several indexing bodies to validate a journal. Two of which are the most trusted and popular journal indexing agencies referred to by almost all researchers such as ISI and Scopus which index high quality peer-reviewed publications.
In order to be known as a reliable source of scientific information. And to stand out from the many other publications crowding the publishing space, journals must increase their visibility, availability, and readability. One way that journals can achieve this is by indexing their publications by one or more leading databases.
The publication of research is an advantage offered by some accredited and prestigious scientific journals with high ratings, from time to time; This is provided that these researches are original, and are conducted in research problems that deserve support and publication. In this way, these journals contribute to the service of scientific research by assisting researchers. It is important that the next researcher to publish his study pay attention to the journal's credits and conditions for indexing. How does he not publish his research within unknown or fraudulent databases, thus wasting his efforts in vain, and helping fake journals to grow and expand?
And to ensure the credibility and reliability of scientific journals. The researcher should not be satisfied with what is written on the journal’s website. Rather, he should investigate and verify the accreditations by searching for links and official certificates from database sites such as Ebisco, Scopus, and others. These journals are an example of scientific integrity in displaying true credits; They display their credits on the homepage through trusted links. For example, as the accreditation of Ebisco. And the reviews of Umm Al-Qura University for the magazine's fulfillment of Scopus and Clarivate standards. As well as the deanships of scientific research in the prestigious universities. These journals are reliable places to publish research in them.
As for indexing and publishing journals or scientific articles in free journals. Prestigious scientific journals do not include random research in their databases. So they are the keenest on the authenticity and quality of the research they publish. Whether the publication is paid or free. Internationally accredited and indexed journals strive for accuracy and integrity in publishing research in order to maintain an exemplary image and reputation. Therefore, free publication guarantees you all the privileges that the researcher gets when he publishes his paid research. However, the matter remains that the journals cannot provide free publishing on an ongoing basis. Because they employ full staff to judge, edit and publish research. Also, free publication is not available for all disciplines. This is an important point that the researcher must take into consideration.
Official, accredited certificates must be submitted in order for publication to be confirmed and of value in various scientific institutions. But the paradox remains that free publication is not available in all disciplines. The Arab Journal of Science and Research Publishing offers the opportunity for free publication in the specialty of crisis and risk management for a limited period until the end of June 6, as part of the journal's plan to support scientific research. And to provide assistance to Arab researchers in publishing their research work in reputable databases worthy of their efforts and the value of their scientific studies. In support of researchers, research related to the Journal of Crisis and Disaster Management will be received. So that arbitration and publication will be free for a month only.
The composition required by any site to publish scientific research differs from one site to another. And it becomes increasingly difficult to publish on well-known refereed sites. Some researchers may believe that once a degree is obtained - master's and doctorate - publishing can be done immediately. This is contrary to reality, as it requires reformatting the message or searching again.
1. Title conditions for research submitted for publication in a scientific journal
The title of the research that is published on a scientific research publishing site must conform to the specifications. Which are the limitation of the title and therefore not to exceed 60 characters. It should include the central idea of the research. And it is among the most important conditions required by the scientific websites and the novelty of the title.
Any website publishing scientific research requires that the introduction be very brief. In which the researcher explains the reason for addressing the problem of scientific research. As well as the scientific method that was followed in studying the problem.
Conditions for formulating research objectives for scientific journals
Scientific research publishing sites require the formulation of goals clearly and accurately. With the inevitability of achieving them in reality, and moving away from impossible goals. It is important that there be compatibility between the objectives and the subject of the research as a whole.
Study sample conditions for scientific journals
Scientific research publishing sites are interested in the presence of clear evidence that supports each of the research questions and hypotheses. And among what can achieve this is the study sample. Therefore, the sample chosen by the scientific researcher must be characterized by its inclusion of the characteristics of the problematic community.
Scientific research tools are an ideal method; In order to obtain information from the study sample. There are many types of tools, especially the questionnaire, tests, interview, and observation card. The website for publishing scientific research requires the use of the appropriate method in research. Which achieves interest in detailing the topic or problem of the research.
Summarizing previous studies of scientific journals
Among the requirements of the website for publishing scientific research is to detail the previous studies that the scientific researcher viewed and derived information from.
Terms of the content or content of the research for scientific journals
The content or content of the research plays a large role in providing explanations that explain a particular phenomenon and surround it from all sides. After completing the implementation of the thesis, submitting it for discussion and obtaining a master's or doctoral degree.
First, make your message clear from publishing the scientific research in the scientific journal:
Think about the message you want to send to your readers, if that's not clear, misinterpretations may emerge later. A clear message is even more important when there is a multidisciplinary group of authors, which is increasingly common. So, moderators often encourage groups to sit down together in person and seek consensus. Not only in the main message, but also in the choice of data, visual presentation. And information needed to convey a strong message. Thus, the most important information should be in the main text. Thus, researchers should include additional data in supplementary materials.
Second, create a logical framework:
The overall structure of scientific research is critical. If you don't get the right structure, you have no hope of creating good scientific research. In addition, the scientific journal must specify the structural details of using a context-content-conclusion diagram to build a basic concept. Where in each paragraph, you specify the appropriate context, specify that the body must contain a new idea. And the last paragraph provides a conclusion and defines the context of the introduction, and so on for the entire scientific research.
Third, state your case confidently to persuade editors to publish your paper in the journal:
Clarity is the researcher's only obligation, yet the element of “new” is always buried. So, every department of scientific research needs to support that new basic idea. There is a concept known as the "red thread" which is the straight line that the audience follows from introduction to conclusion. Where it is known in science that the new and convincing is the red thread and this is the whole reason for writing the scientific research. Then, once this is done, the following paragraphs become the logic units that make up the red thread.
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