Show simple item record Dunn, Kathryn Noel, Robert Shaw, Debora 2010-02-04T20:02:40Z 2010-02-04T20:02:40Z 2007
dc.identifier.citation Dunn, K., Noel, R., & Shaw, D. (2007). Page charges and article length in astronomy journals. In S. Ricketts, C. Birdie, & E. Isaksson (Eds.), Library and information services in astronomy V: Common challenges, uncommon solutions (ASP Conference Series, vol. 377) (pp. 415-417). San Francisco, CA: Astronomy Society of the Pacific. en
dc.identifier.isbn 978-1-58381-316-4
dc.identifier.uri en
dc.description By the kind permission of the ASP Conference Series. en
dc.description.abstract A study of 34 journals in astronomy and astrophysics looked at the relationship between journal page charges and the length of articles published. Although some writers contend that page charges encourage contributors to write shorter articles, there was no correlation between page charges and the length of articles published. American journals with relatively high impact factors were more likely to have page charges, but there was no overall correlation between impact factor and either page charges or article length. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher Astronomical Society of the Pacific en
dc.relation.ispartofseries v. 377 en
dc.rights By permission of the publisher, Astronomy Society of the Pacific, via e-mail to R. Noel and D. Shaw, February 4, 2010. en
dc.subject page charges; astronomy; journals; article length en
dc.title Page Charges and Article Length in Astronomy Journals en
dc.type Book chapter en

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