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Word Usage in Scientific Writing
 
 
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A sentence should contain no unnecessary words.  In scientific manuscripts precise writing is especially important because of the emphasis on conveying quantitative information efficiently.  In reporting and recording research, try to be as accurate and precise in describing as in conducting the research.
 
Following is a list of words and expressions that are useless or incorrect in scientific writing, with suggested alternatives.  This is not a complete list but contains some of the most troublesome words most frequently found in scientific manuscripts.

 
Don't use Better
based on the fact that because
for the purpose of for / to
fact evidence
prove support
plays an important role is important because
decreased number of fewer
time period time
longer time period longer
brown in color brown
round in shape round
a number of some
has been shown to be is
by means of by
it is possible that may
in order to to
during the course of during
a majority of most
a great number of times often
in other words thus / hence / therefore
despite the fact that although
first of all first
it is interesting to note that eliminate
it may be resonable to suppose that eliminate
 

 
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Educational Research and Reviews

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Dear Colleague,

 Educational Research and Reviews (ERR) is currently accepting manuscripts for publication. The journal publishes high-quality solicited and unsolicited articles, in English, in all areas of education including education policies and management. All articles published in ERR will be peer-reviewed.

 One key request of researchers from across the world is open access to research publications. Educational Research and Reviews is fully committed to providing free access to all articles as soon as they are published. We ask you to support this initiative by publishing your papers in this journal.

 Please visit our website - www.academicjournals.org/err for more details. Prospective authors should send their manuscript(s) to  Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse. " target="_blank" style="text-decoration:none;color:rgb(67, 105, 209)"> Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse.

 ERR is also seeking for qualified reviewers as members of its editorial board. Please contact me if you are interested in serving as a reviewer.

 Please visit http://www.academicjournals.org/ERR/contents/2008cont/.htm    to view our current issues.

 Best regards,

 Prof. Malcolm Vick

Associate Editor, Educational Research and Reviews

Academic Journals

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Mapping the European Educational Research Space: 
policy, governance and cultures

The European Educational Research Journal (www.wwwords.eu/EERJ) would like to produce a SPECIAL ISSUE on the processes and subjects of Europeanization in education for Volume 9, 2010. Papers are invited; they should be submitted to the journals’s Editor by December 1, 2009 (Professor Martin Lawn Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse. " style="text-decoration:none;color:rgb(67, 105, 209)"> Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse. ).
The EERJ works within the idea that European education exists today within a borderless space containing significant flows of ideas, policies and academics, between countries, in networks and associations, and in projects. From its beginning, it has encouraged research across European borders and across the field of educational studies: it has published symposia and network papers in a range of fields on European education policy, market reforms, travelling policies, public education, social capital, the technology of numbers, mobility, didactics and social justice.
The effects of cross European comparisons, joint research projects, benchmarking developments and regulatory growth suggest that Europeanization processes in education are wide but also deep. They are occurring within and between national policies, research communities and experts. New actors, or national actors working in new ways, in the public and the private sector in education, and at its different levels, are producing new effects. The field of education was not one of the core areas of EU policy but the adoption of knowledge economy discourses, the Open Method of Coordination and Bologna Agreement, global technology convergences and common performance measuring has transformed its position in European policy.
It is possible to view this process and these effects as constituting a European Education Space; a term that recognizes what is happening signifies a new condition in European education. It is having consequences for what is studied, what is not studied and what needs to be studied.
The Editors of the special issue will be Professor Lisbeth Lundahl (Umea University, Sweden), Professor Stefan Hoppman (University of Vienna, Austria), and Professor Martin Lawn (University of Edinburgh, UK).
 
Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies

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 Introducing "Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies"

 Dear Colleague,

The Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies (JEAPS) is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal published that will be monthly by Academic Journals (http://www.academicjournals.org/JEAPS). JEAPS is dedicated to increasing the depth of the subject across disciplines with the ultimate aim of expanding knowledge of the subject.

Editors and reviewers

JEAPS is seeking qualified researchers to join its editorial team as editors, subeditors or reviewers. Kindly send your resume to  Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse. " target="_blank" style="text-decoration:none;color:rgb(67, 105, 209)"> Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse.

Call for Papers

JEAPS will cover all areas of the subject. The journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that meet the general criteria of significance and scientific excellence, and will publish:

-       Original articles in basic and applied research

-       Case studies

-       Critical reviews, surveys, opinions, commentaries and essays

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JEAPS IS AN OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL

One key request of researchers across the world is unrestricted access to research publications. Open access gives a worldwide audience larger than that of any subscription-based journal and thus increases the visibility and impact of published works. It also enhances indexing, retrieval power and eliminates the need for permissions to reproduce and distribute content. JEAPS is fully committed to the Open Access Initiative and will provide free access to all articles as soon as they are published.

Best regards,

Bazim Adigwerex
Editorial Assistant
Journal of Educational Administration and Policy Studies
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POWER AND EDUCATION

Emerald Publishing

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POWER AND EDUCATION is a new international peer-reviewed journal promoting critical studies of contemporary educational practice and challenging the complicit practices and assumptions of mainstream educational research. Volume 1 Number 1 will be published in March 2009. Detailed information about the journal’s aims and scope, its Editorial team, and its submission requirements can be found atwww.wwwords.co.uk/POWER

The journal is committed to providing a distinctive and comprehensive body of knowledge focusing on the relationships between the concepts of power and education in their broadest senses. Innovative and provocative work stimulating debate around the analysis, construction, deployment and discourses of power in educational practice, research and theory is particularly encouraged, as is work exploring forms of presentation and representation. Contributions from other disciplines that engage with these issues of power and education are also welcome.

CALL FOR PAPERS
Articles for consideration should be sent by email attachment to the journal’s Editorial Office ( Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse. " style="text-decoration:none;color:rgb(67, 105, 209)"> Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse. ).

Access to the full texts of current articles, which will only be available online, is restricted to those who have a Personal subscription, or those whose institution has a Library subscription. However, all articles will become free-to-view 18 months after publication.

PERSONAL SUBSCRIPTION (single user access). Subscription to the 2009 issues (i.e. full access to the articles in Volume 1, Numbers 1-3, 2009) will be available to individuals at a cost of US$48.00. If you wish to subscribe you may do so immediately at www.wwwords.co.uk/subscribePOWER.asp

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CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS
*Deadline 30 November 2008*


Volume 11 in the International Perspectives on Education and Society
Series published by Emerald Publishing
(http://books.emeraldinsight.com)

"EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP: GLOBAL CONTEXTS AND INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS"

Edited by
Alexander W. Wiseman (Series Editor, Lehigh University)
Iveta Silova (Lehigh University)

This volume of the International Perspectives on Education and Society series investigates the changing face of educational leadership from
comparative and international perspectives. Various definitions of leadership have transformed the way that educators around the world
think about teaching, administration, and policy in recent years. Yet, we continue to know relatively little about how educational leadership
works in many specific systems, cultures and societies around the world. Empirical evidence has shown how educational leaders work in
and with schools as agents of change in classrooms, departments or programs, and schools or systems as a whole. These leaders generally
participate in and make both intuitive as well as data-driven decisions in classrooms and schools. Still, much of the published
research and literature on educational leadership focuses on only a handful of countries and cultures even though research suggests that
leadership is differently contextualized by society, culture, and organizational environment. The theme of this volume leads us to two
main questions: What is the difference between these theoretical definitions of leadership and what works in different systems,
cultures, and societies around the world? And, more importantly, how are both ideas about and evidence of leadership either the same or
different across different national and cultural contexts?

We invite chapter proposals that address any number of a wide variety of topics related to the nature, dynamics, and evidence of educational
leadership from comparative and international perspectives. Chapters may address educational leadership at any level of schooling or
administration ranging from primary to higher education to national and international governance levels. Topics should be international or
comparative in scope and could include, but are not limited to, international differences in the meaning of educational leadership,
leadership theory, how leaders affect organizational effectiveness, measures of leadership, the role of policy in educational governance,
the domain of educational leadership as a field, culturally contextualized meanings of educational leadership and the governance
of school systems across nations. The intent is to have a combination of state-of-the-field reviews, theory-driven syntheses of current
scholarship, reports of new empirical research, and critical discussions of major topics around the volume's theme.

Chapter proposals should be 4-5 page summaries of the proposed chapter
and deal explicitly with as many of the following as are applicable,
preferably in this order: (1) objectives or purposes; (2) perspectives
or theoretical framework; (3) methods, techniques, or modes of
inquiry; (4) data sources or evidence (if applicable); (5) results,
conclusions, or point of view; and (6) the significance or relevance
of this chapter to the volume's overall theme. Authors of successful
proposals will be asked to provide a complete chapter manuscript for
external review by March 1, 2009. Final accepted chapter manuscripts
are due August 1, 2009. All proposals/manuscripts are peer-reviewed.

Please contact Alex Wiseman ( Ezt a címet a spamrobotok ellen védjük. Engedélyezze a Javascript használatát, hogy megtekinthesse. ) with chapter proposals
written in English by 30 November 2008.

**Please share this call for chapter proposals with colleagues you
think might be interested.**

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Alexander W. Wiseman, PhD
Associate Professor and Coordinator
Comparative and International Education Program
Lehigh University
College of Education
111 Research Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015

Phone: (610) 758-5740
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