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1. Academic writing, and how to write in a clear and comprehensible way.

An intrinsic part of our lives as scientists, academic writing strongly affects our careers. Even great researchers are much more likely to be successful if they are also proficient writers. Unfortunately, many researchers prefer long hours spent in the field or laboratory to writing. Often, this...

Author(s) : Kozak, M.

Publisher : Universidade de Sao Paulo, Campus "Luiz de Queiroz" (ESALQ), Piracicaba, Brazil

Journal article : Scientia Agricola 2022 Vol.79 No.1 ref.15

2. Two decades of customer experience research in hospitality and tourism: a bibliometric analysis and thematic content analysis.

This article presents a state-of-the-art systematic review of the evolution and structure of empirical research on customer experience in hospitality and/or tourism settings based on 1248 articles published in 13 leading hospitality and tourism journals between January 1998 and May 2021. Using Web...

Author(s) : Kim Hyunsu; So KamFung [So, K. F. K.]

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality Management 2022 Vol.100 ref.163

3. Should the term 'metallic iron' appear in the title of a research paper?

Over the past three decades, groundwater remediation using permeable reactive barriers (PRBs) has proven to be effective. The majority of installed PRBs uses metallic iron (Fe(0)) as a reactive material. However, the success of implemented Fe(0) PRBs is yet to be rationalized as Fe(0) is a...

Author(s) : Noubactep, C.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Chemosphere 2022 Vol.287 No.Part 4 ref.53

4. How to employ Zipfs laws for content analysis in tourism studies.

Although Zipfs laws were deployed in various contexts, no previous research has investigated their adoption in tourism academic publications. This study aims to fill this gap by employing Zipf's laws as a content analysis method for analyzing tourism literature, with emphasis on the gamification...

Author(s) : Cardoso, L.; Vila, N. A.; Soliman, M.; Araújo, A. F.; Almeida, G. G. F. de

Publisher : Publishing India Group, New Delhi, India

Journal article : International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Systems 2022 Vol.15 No.1 pp.1-16 ref.many

5. Forty-year Tunisian bibliometrics of general surgery theses in the four national faculties of medicine (1980-2019).

The objective of this work was to establish the bibliometric profile of Tunisian theses in 'general surgery' and to describe their themes, their study designs, and their writing quality. This is a retrospective descriptive bibliometric study, covering all the theses in medicine in the specialty of...

Author(s) : Azzaza, M.; Ben Mabrouk, G.; Chebil, D.; Nouira, S.; Melki, S.; El-Haddad, N.; Ben Abdelaziz, A.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Libyan Journal of Medicine 2022 Vol.17 No.2009100 ref.30

6. Economic development and construction safety research: a bibliometrics approach.

The construction industry contributes significantly to economic development worldwide, yet it is one of the most hazardous industries where numerous accidents and fatalities happen every year. Little research to date has shed light on the impact of economic development on construction safety...

Author(s) : Luo FanSong; Li YiMan [Li, Y. M. R.]; Crabbe, M. J. C.; Pu RuiHui

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Safety Science 2022 Vol.145 ref.60

7. Exploring visual embodiment effect in dark tourism: the influence of visual darkness on dark experience.

Research in dark tourism has been ongoing for over two decades. Although in practice, many dark tourism destinations adjusted the lighting of the display environment to influence tourist experience, little is known about the sensory stimulation of non-text related content (e.g., lighting of the...

Author(s) : Lv XingYang; Lu RuiHua; Xu ShuangYu; Sun JiaoJiao; Yang Yang

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Tourism Management 2022 Vol.89 ref.89

8. A rasch analysis of service performance in a tourism context.

Advances in tourism research depend on the development and validation of measurement scales using appropriate psychometric techniques. However, scale development practice is dominated by classical test theory, despite its limitations. A Rasch analysis of international travel service performance...

Author(s) : Brush, G. J.; Soutar, G. N.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Business Research 2022 Vol.139 pp.338-353 ref.147

9. Strategic responses to COVID-19: the case of tour operators in Vietnam.

The COVID-19 outbreak has challenged the global tourism economy. It has particularly threatened the survival of tourism firms in developing countries especially those with the greatest growth of international visitors, such as Vietnam. This study aims to highlight the impact of COVID-19 on tour...

Author(s) : Binh Do; Ninh Nguyen; D'Souza, C.; Huu Duc Bui; Thi Nguyen Hong Nguyen

Publisher : Sage Publications Ltd, London, UK

Journal article : Tourism and Hospitality Research 2022 Vol.22 No.1 pp.5-17 ref.57

10. Qualitative research and education to explore the attractiveness and challenges of rural areas through fieldwork.

Author(s) : Kohmoto, D.

Publisher : Association of Rural Planning, Tokyo, Japan

Journal article : Journal of Rural Planning 2021 Vol.39 No.3 pp.282-285

11. A deeper look at narrative structure.

This chapter looks at three- and five-act structures and learn how these forms can be used to present scientific research. It ends with a brief survey of short presentation forms, most generically known as lightning talks.

Author(s) : Kirchoff, B.

Book chapter : Presenting science concisely 2021 pp.8-27 ref.22

12. Advice for leisure studies: reflections on the pandemic from a retired professor.

The author, a retired leisure studies professor, interweaves stories of her own experience with reflections about the field of leisure studies during early stages of the coronavirus pandemic.

Author(s) : Samdahl, D. M.

Publisher : Routledge, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Leisure Sciences 2021 Vol.43 No.1/2 pp.247-251 ref.1

13. "White-savior industrial complex" in leisure studies: a response to Anderson, Knee, & Mowatt.

Author(s) : Gómez, E.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Leisure Research 2021 Vol.52 No.5 pp.557-560 ref.6

14. The discourse article: critical examinations of timely topics in leisure research.

Author(s) : Schmalz, D. L.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Leisure Research 2021 Vol.52 No.5 pp.529-530 ref.4

15. Regenerative medicine: current and future hypothetical research directions.

Author(s) : Abo-Al-Ela, H. G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Research in Veterinary Science 2021 Vol.135 pp.555-556

16. Scientific paper production by Iranian dental schools between 2015 and 2019.

Background: Journal articles published by Iranian dental school faculty members have followed an upward trend Since 2000, based on: (1) the global growth rate; (2) the increase in the number of country's dental schools and their relatively higher number of faculty members; and (3) the health...

Author(s) : Heidari, H.; Sabokseir, A. A.; Heydari, A. S. T.; Vossoughi, A. M.; Golkari, A. A.

Publisher : Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran

Journal article : Shiraz E Medical Journal 2022 Vol.23 No.1 ref.21

17. Conservation agriculture in the southern highlands of Tanzania: learnings from two decades of research for development.

Since its introduction into the Southern Highlands of Tanzania by researchers 25 years ago, Conservation Agriculture (CA) has been well received, researched and the concept proven to be increasing productivity and incomes, enhancing resilience of livelihoods and contributing to reducing greenhouse...

Author(s) : Shetto, R.; Mkomwa, S.; Mlengera, N.; Mwakimbwala, R.

Book chapter : Conservation agriculture in Africa: climate smart agricultural development 2022 pp.122-136 ref.32

18. Historical review and future opportunities for wider scaling of conservation agriculture in Tunisia.

In Tunisia, rainfed agriculture is facing the major challenges of low and irregular rainfall, as well as natural resources degradation. These are further accentuated by climate change. Changes in technical and management paradigms are needed to boost agricultural productivity. Since the early 1990s ...

Author(s) : M'hamed, H. C.; Bahri, H.; Annabi, M.; Frija, A.; Idoudi, Z.

Book chapter : Conservation agriculture in Africa: climate smart agricultural development 2022 pp.137-150 ref.38

19. Research and technology development needs for scaling up conservation agriculture systems, practices and innovations in Africa.

Although the net agricultural production across all regions of Africa has experienced a significant increase, African agriculture has performed below its potential over recent decades. Many aspects have been fronted to curb this situation, including sustainable intensification of farming systems...

Author(s) : Mureithi, J.; Mkomwa, S.; Kassam, A.; Macharia, N.

Book chapter : Conservation agriculture in Africa: climate smart agricultural development 2022 pp.176-188 ref.29

20. Visualization analysis of seabream and seabass aquaculture research using CiteSpace.

In terms of production, seabream and seabass are the two most important species of marine Mediterranean aquaculture, which is why they have been extensively studied in the literature. This study uses visualization analysis with the CiteSpace software to determine the research status quo and the...

Author(s) : Cantillo, J.; Martín, J. C.; Román, C.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Aquaculture Research 2022 Vol.53 No.1 pp.136-160 ref.48

21. Prioritisation and design of clinical trials.

Clinical trials require participation of numerous patients, enormous research resources and substantial public funding. Time-consuming trials lead to delayed implementation of beneficial interventions and to reduced benefit to patients. This manuscript discusses two methods for the allocation of...

Author(s) : Heath, A.; Hunink, M. G. M.; Krijkamp, E.; Pechlivanoglou, P.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : European Journal of Epidemiology 2021 Vol.36 No.11 pp.1111-1121 ref.54

22. Advancing knowledge about stakeholder engagement in multisectoral nutrition research.

Strategies to engage stakeholders increase the relevance of multisectoral nutrition research but are challenging to embed within research programs. Drawing from fifteen food choice studies, the aim of this study was to understand the diversity of strategies that researchers used in engaging with...

Author(s) : Warren, A. M.; Constantinides, S. V.; Blake, C. E.; Frongillo, E. A.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.29 ref.43

23. A new laboratory colonization of Aedes aegypti after reemergence and unsuccessful eradication in St. Augustine, Florida.

After unsuccessful eradication attempts against Aedes aegypti (L.) following a sudden re-emergence in St. Augustine, Florida in early 2016; a new locally acquired colony strain of Ae. aegypti was established at the Anastasia Mosquito Control District (AMCD) in June 2017. Aedes aegypti adults were...

Author(s) : Xue, R. de; Bibbs, C. S.; Dixon, D.; Autry, D.

Publisher : Florida Mosquito Control Association, Tallahassee, USA

Journal article : Journal of the Florida Mosquito Control Association 2021 Vol.67 No.1 pp.73-75 ref.7

24. Respecting autonomy and enabling diversity: the effect of eligibility and enrollment on research data demographics.

Many promising advances in precision health and other Big Data research rely on large data sets to analyze correlations among genetic variants, behavior, environment, and outcomes to improve population health. But these data sets are generally populated with demographically homogeneous cohorts. We...

Author(s) : Spector-Bagdady, K.; Tang ShengPu; Jabbour, S.; Price, W. N., II; Bracic, A.; Creary, M. S.; Kheterpal, S.; Brummett, C. M.; Wiens, J.

Publisher : People-to-People Health Foundation, Project Hope, Bethesda, USA

Journal article : Health Affairs 2021 Vol.40 No.12 pp.1892-1899 ref.40

25. Research on the sustainable operation of low-carbon tourism supply chain under sudden crisis prediction.

This paper integrates a low-carbon tourism supply chain consisting of a low-carbon tourist attraction (LTA) providing a low-carbon service and an online travel agency (OTA) responsible for big data marketing. Consumers may also encounter sudden crisis events that occur in the tourist attraction...

Author(s) : Zhang Lu; Ma DeQing; Hu JinSong

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.15 ref.55