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Cheung, Y. L. (2010). First Publications in Refereed English Journals: Difficulties, Coping Strategies, and Recommendations for Student Training. System, 38, 134-141.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2009.12.012

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  • TITLE: Hindrances of International Publication of Egyptian Educational Researches from the Staff Members’ Point of View at Damietta University

    AUTHORS: Aly S. Gohar, Wael W. Radwan, Hosam I. Morad

    KEYWORDS: Hindrances of International Publication, Educational Researches, Competitive Universities

    JOURNAL NAME: Creative Education, Vol.9 No.11, August 31, 2018

    ABSTRACT: International researchpublication is considered one of the important issues that contributeto improving competition among universities as well as taking advanced positions in world ranking of universities. However, it is noticed that international publication at many Egyptian universities in general, and at Damietta University in particular, is low when compared to that of other countries, especially in the fields of educational sciences. Through communicating with the teaching staff members of the educational faculties of Damietta University,the current study tries to find out the hindrances that prevent publication in international journals with impact factor.This research used quantitative and qualitative techniques to collect and analyze data. Interviews and questionnaires were the principal data collection tools for the study.Conclusions: The main causes of these hindrances are the high cost of international publication, the less knowledge of publication rules and standards of world publication journals and many other hindrances. The results of data analysis showed that there is a direct relationship between a staff member who got his/her PhD from a foreign country, especially an English speaking one, and his/her interest and success in publishing his/her researches in impact factor international journals. The results of this study can be applied to other universities in Egypt or in other countries which speak English as a second language.