What determines the quality of a journal?

Procedure for determining the quality of a journal. The magazine must have a specific website. Consult the members of the editorial board and their contact details. Check the previous issues, whether they are published regularly or not.

Secondly, in the search for such comparable measures, metrics such as the JIF have come to be considered a way of objectively evaluating these qualities. The influence of the article determines the average influence of articles in a journal during the first five years after publication. In other words, despite its importance in determining individual career advancement, the mention of the JIF in the RPT guidelines does not correlate with how teachers define quality, prestige or impact.

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