What Are The Different Types Of Research Publications?
Research Publications make scientific knowledge accessible and allow academics to assess the study. Publishing provides a communication route for scholars, a store for noteworthy findings, and acknowledgement for researchers and organisations. Here we discuss different types of publications.
A published work that appears in a new edition on a regular schedule.
i) Journals: These contain articles by researchers, professors, and experts. Journals are specialised publications.
(a) Original research article:These are detailed studies reporting original research. They include a hypothesis, background study, methods, results, interpretation of findings, and a discussion of possible implications.Original research articles are long, with the word limit ranging from 3000 to 6000, and can even go up to 12,000 words for some journals.
(b) Review articles:These summarise, analyse, and compare published literature in a field to identify gaps or problems and recommend future research. Most reviews are under 10,000 words. Some journals publish shorter reviews, 3000-5000 words.
(c) Case study:The details of actual patient cases from medical or clinical practice are presented in clinical case studies. The cases discussed are typically those that add a lot to the body of knowledge already available in the tin field. The study is anticipated to go over disease signs, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
(d) Other articles:
- 1. Short communications or notes: It is a review article written in less than 3000 words. It usually briefly explains the original research data.
- 2. Perspective articles are academic analyses of core ideas or prevailing theories in a field. They are typically 2000 words or fewer in length.
- 3. Opinion articles present the author's interpretation, analysis, or study techniques. It lets the author discuss a theory's virtues and flaws. Short articles. Describe the author's interpretation, analysis, or study techniques. It lets the author evaluate a theory or hypothesis. Short articles.
- 4. Commentaries:These brief essays, between 1000 and 1,500 words, highlight or critique a book, report, or article. The authors describe why and how the content interests them.
- ii) Book review:A book review tries to offer analysis and viewpoints on recently released academic books. Furthermore, they take less time to read and are generally brief articles.
- iii) Newsletters: A book review tries to offer analysis and viewpoints on recently released academic books. Furthermore, they take less time to read and are generally brief articles.
- iv) Occasional publication: It is a non-profit that puts out books about the history of architecture, art, design, film, and literature that are affordable.
- v) Blogs: A blog, often known as a weblog, is a frequently updated online page that is used for commercial or personal comments. An area where readers can leave comments is usually included at the bottom of each blog article because blogs are frequently interactive.
2) Books and book chapters:i) Book chapters (in edited volumes): Because they have one or more editors who hire additional subject matter experts to write specific chapters, publications containing chapters written by numerous writers are known as edited books.
ii) Scholarly books: Scholarly books, written by a single author or a group of authors, have some characteristics in common. To present research, examine trends, and otherwise interact with their peers in the same field, experts—researchers, professionals, professors, and other scholars—write them.
iii) Popular/coffee table books: "Coffee table books" are used to kill time and spark conversation. Pages are non-fiction and image-driven (a look book), with short passages of expertly designed typography replacing long prose.
iv) Monographs: A monograph is a piece of writing by one or more authors on a single subject or part of a subject. Most monographs have anywhere from 130 to 500 pages. It can be written by one person or by more than one person.
Compacts are between journal articles, book chapters, and monographs. They contain scientific information. Compacts are the best way to publish short research reports, in-depth case studies, dissertations, or essays that explore new ideas, issues, or broader topics. Most compacts have 50-130 pages.
4) Conference proceedings and seminars:
Publication in book form is a collection of papers previously presented at various scientific gatherings, such as conferences, workshops, or symposiums.
So, choose your publication type based on your research area and start working as you know why it's important to share your research.Labtech innovations is an educational research institution that can help you to publish your research.
- Soumyajit Chowdhury et al., 2015
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