دوشنبه, ۱۸ آذر ۱۳۹۲، ۱۱:۲۱ ق.ظ
Fatness or Swelling; an analysis of (non)scholarly articles in humanities
Seyyed Hassan Eslami Ardakani, PhD
Associate Professor at URD
While it is supposed that scholarly articles that are published in academic journals contain the newest data or findings in related fields, in fact most of them, especially in humanities, lack this feature and have nothing new to say. In fact, these articles in spite of following the required rules, such as writing abstracts, keywords, and hypotheses, are worthless, time-wasting, and we should not bother ourselves by reading them. This article tries to analyze this kind of articles and show what is wrong with them. After reading many of these articles carefully, the writer's findings show that instead of having specific aims or problems to solve, they are some sort of collage-writing, deceiving, and non-scholarly articles in disguise.
Keywords: research ethics, academic society, ethics of science, scholarly articles-pathology, knowledge-creation.
published in: Methodology of Social Sciences and Humanities Journal, Vol. 19, No. 74-75, Spring&Summer 2013.Google+
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