Commercial vs Society Journals

ctfaulkn at utkvx.utk.edu ctfaulkn at utkvx.utk.edu
Sun Mar 20 13:37:56 EST 1994


In Article <2mflmm$o8a at news.tamu.edu>
septate at tamsun.tamu.edu (Richard E. Clopton) writes:

>5)  Journals do not become critical by accident.  They become critical reading
>because the best minds in a field publish their best work within one or a
>few journals.  If a commercial journal can be made in less than 10 years, 
>Society Journals can be retained as critical reading much longer.
>
>Moral:  Support your society journal.

Thanks for your well thought out views on this matter.  I had hoped you 
would comment on J.P. As you observed JP is still the standard for our  field. 
I hope it continues to attract the support of our colleagues for their basic
research.  




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