عنوان مقاله [English]
In this study, we compare and analyze 10 highly cited papers and 50 papers rejected before entering the review process to indentify pattern of structuring highly cited scientific-research papers. We found empirical evidence that highly cited papers are different from unsuccessful ones not only in content, but also in structure. As good content in necessary for the success of a paper, appropriate structure matters too. Deciding on an appropriate structure is the first and simplest step to writing a good paper. This study aims to help authors understand this important step and pass it.
Sun, H., & Linton, J. D. (2014). Structuring papers for success: Making your paper more like a high impact publication than a desk reject. Technovation, 34(10), 571-573.
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