Thematics Journal of Geography (TJG) is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal that aims to encourage and promote high-quality scholarship on new theoretical or empirical results, models and methods in the social sciences. It solicits original papers with a spatial dimension that can be of interest to social scientists. Coverage includes regional science, economic geography, spatial economics, regional and urban economics, GIScience and GeoComputation, big data and machine learning. Spatial analysis, spatial econometrics and statistics are strongly represented.
One of the distinctive features of the journal is its concern for the interface between modeling, statistical techniques and spatial issues in a wide spectrum of related fields. An important goal of the journal is to encourage a spatial perspective in the social sciences that emphasizes geographical space as a relevant dimension to our understanding of socio-economic phenomena.
Contributions should be of high-quality, be technically well-crafted, make a substantial contribution to the subject…
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Thematics Journal of Geography (ISSN 2277-2995) is a UGC Care Listed Journal for research Publication by Thematics Publications. Link to Journal is https://thematicsjournals.org/index.php/tjg/ and Link to Publisher is https://www.thematicspublications.com/. Impact Factor of Journal is 5.3. Email id of Editor is email@example.com
Rainbows in a sky of blue
with clouds of grey beyond,
Ripples lapping lilypads,
upon the ground black,
Just above me and you
Rainbow is necklace of sky
Shining sun is red
Blushing flowers are yellow
In the field so green
Lilies are violet
Falling leaves are orange
Kids are playing on carpet
Colourful and violet
Sing a song, don’t be shy
It’s time to choose a good research problem for your study. You may have found a theme that interests you and you are already thinking of resolving the concrete problems that arise in it. If you still don’t know which field you like best, I suggest you carefully read the previous article in this series: Find the topic of your scientific research once and for all, which will allow you to quickly identify the most relevant topics and sub-themes for you when conducting a scientific investigation. In this article, you will learn to produce research problems and questions and filter them based on several factors to choose questions that will lay the foundation of good scientific work.
Choosing a research topic or problem
Choose the theme.
This is the first step. It is very important because the success and value of the work to be done depends to a great extent on it. In that case, how to proceed?
We suggest several paths to follow.
– Examine personal experiences. For example, if the monograph is about pastoral, we may be interested in knowing how to advise marriages with problems. If it were in the field of teaching practice, we would be interested to find out why the teaching practice is defined in such a way, which theories have worked with this topic.
– Find out what topics have been recently investigated about the assigned field. For this we can resort to specialized magazines on the mission or on teaching work.
– Think about the needs of the teaching practice. What are the current problems that affect it? On what topics is there a marked deficit in terms of knowledge?
– Discuss with teachers or specialists in the field to investigate: teaching practice, among others.
To choose the theme, we must take into account several factors: the personal and general interest in it, the usefulness of the work to be done and the sources of information that are at our disposal. It is not advisable that we embark on an investigation for which we do not have sources of information or for which we do not find sufficient bibliography.
Produce problems and research questions
First of all, I want to briefly remember what we did in the previous article in this series: Find the topic of your scientific research once and for all. I think what I haven’t read can have problems understanding what we do and why we do it. Today’s post is a very important entry for anyone who wants to start a research project but doesn’t know how to deal with the first obstacle. I don’t want to make articles without legs or heads, in short, we remember:
– You find out what process to produce the right questions for your research.
– You know the importance of not being afraid to make mistakes and you end up with a fear that attacks you when you take the first step in the world of scientific research.
– You learn that desire is the most important factor in doing good scientific work.
– You find your passions by analyzing hobbies and interests.
– You explore your vital desires expressed in the previous points of your research area framework.
– You begin to make a store of ideas to become more creative scientists.
– You find various subtopics of research that might be based on your tendencies and knowledge.
In the last point of the previous article, we have produced a subtopic where it might be interesting to learn from the perspective of your research area. In my case, I like neuroscience and technology (among others). Combining these two big fields we can find subtopics such as cognitive neuroscience computing, cognitive modeling, artificial intelligence … Now, they are a very broad field and you need to limit your interest and ability to solve problems in a very specific niche.
How can you find an appropriate need to be resolved or investigated? Unfortunately there is no concrete method; 90% of your results depend on your ability to observe and creativity. The best I can offer you to overcome this resistance are some tricks that will allow you to speed up the process. Choosing a research problem basically must be done carefully and with several considerations. This is the same as when we are faced with a situation where we have to choose between the longines master collection or rolex collection. Hopefully this article is usefu
One day you will want to make a fresh start and change your life, to give up everything that made you feel unhappy: old acquaintances, outdated relationships and work that you hate and that doesn’t give you any prospects. You decide to take a bold step – moving to another city. It can be anywhere. It can be two hundred kilometers from your native town or even two thousand kilometers – in another country. It’s important to consider carefully all the pros and cons before taking any significant steps.
If it’s impossible to work in your city, you can always move to another place with more prospects.
So, you have decided that it is time to leave your native town and search for a more promising job in another city.
Make certain that you need these changes
Decide where exactly you want to go. Read some criteria and make the right choice:
- Think if you have any friends or relatives in the chosen city. They can guarantee you at least minimum support at a new place. It’s good to have someone you can ask for help in an unknown city.
- Will you be able to find any job corresponding to your qualification in this city?
- What prospects will open to you after moving to another city? If this city offers you the same prospects which you have in your native town, will it be reasonable to move? Especially if you have your own property in your locality. Moving to another city is a responsible step; it must be justified.
Estimate the market of job offers
Use jobsora.com to search job offers in the city you are interested in. Review the offers, salaries, conditions, requirements. Think about whether you are able to find an apartment in the right area, what portion of your salary you will have to pay for rent. Find as many options as possible to estimate all the possibilities at once.
It’s good if you know which company you would like to work for. Then you can search for a job in all the cities where the offices of this company are located.
Perhaps initially you will be able to work remotely, and if everything is all right, you will be able to make a decision to move.
Send out your CV, wait for the interview
- Specify in your CV what city you would like to work in and that you are ready to move to another city.
- Tell why you decided to move to another city in your cover letter. Emphasize that it’s a mature decision of an ambitious person.
- Make a Skype interview if possible. It will be more convenient to communicate with employers on Skype in order not to go to another city for interviews.
Try to get the support from your relatives and go ahead!
Even when you’re ready to move, it can be difficult to leave everything and move to another city. But if you’ve made a decision — go ahead! Especially if you’ve found exactly what you were looking for.
It’s great if your beloved ones support you. If you have a family, it won’t be easy for them too. But you will definitely manage to cope with difficulties together. If your family is against your moving, try to convince your beloved ones. Tell them about the prospects that are waiting for you in a new place, about the opportunities that will open to you. Make them believe in yourself.
Here are eight motivating phrases which will help you to make decisions:
- If you do something you don’t like, you’re wasting your time.
- A goal without a plan is just a dream.
- Opportunities come along once. Create them yourself.
- Accept what you cannot change, change what you cannot accept.
- A perfect time will never come.
- Don’t put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
- Everything is possible. You only require more time to do impossible.
- If plan ” A ” doesn’t work, remember that there are still many letters in the alphabet.
Look for the best and find “your place”! Jobsora.com knows that you can do everything! All you need to do is believe in yourself and start acting!
Asian Studies welcomes submissions in all fields of Asian studies, including history, literature, philosophy and law from all periods of history. After preliminary screening by the Editor, manuscripts are sent out to at least one member of the editorial board and to an outside referee for review. Reviews by outside referees are anonymous.
Upper limit is about 65 pages. Both main text and notes must be double-spaced. All citations must be complete, and all text complete. Manuscripts may be submitted as e-mail attachment or as hard-copy. Please include an abstract of your manuscript and a cover letter with your postal address, e-mail address, and affiliation, but make sure that your name does not appear in the manuscript itself.
After preparing a manuscript, you must choose a journal for the publication of your research. It is essential to choose a peer-reviewed journal that will present your research in the best way and pass it on to the appropriate target audience. And of course, the list of journals in which you have published can, directly and indirectly, affect your career advancement, professional reputation and funding opportunities. Mentioned below are the steps in which you should go about choosing a journal.
- Establishing a Link between the Topic of Your Article and Scope of the Journal
The most common but non-avoidable reason for rejecting a journal is the mismatch between the manuscript and the objectives and scope of the journal. First and foremost, determine whether the subject of your article matches that of the target journal. Take into consideration if your journal is theoretical or applied.
- Settle on Your Target Audience
If, for example, your article may have an impact on public policy, choose a wide-ranging journal that is intended for a broad, non-technical audience. If your article is highly specialized or technical, you will do better to publish in a newspaper with a small but very specific target audience. Reaching the right readership can sometimes be more important than reaching a wide readership.
- Consider Print Journals
Once your article is published, it should be easy to find by other esteemed scholars and researchers. The visibility of a journal plays a huge role in this regard. Publishing in print journals can seriously limit the number of people who meet or read your work.
- Career Prospects
Some authors attach particular importance to the prestige of journals. Here are some factors to consider. Members of the editorial board. Prominent journals generally to have researchers who are already considered esteemed members of their respective editorial boards. Visit the journal’s website to check the names on the editorial board.
- Publication Time Periods
A monthly newspaper is much more likely to revise your article quickly compared to a newspaper that only publishes once a year. Some journals list the date of submission and the date of acceptance. The comparison of these dates will give a rough idea of the turnaround time.
- Consider Costs Carefully
The journal’s website should inform you of the fees that may be charged to you, and you should consider whether your institution or your funder will be able to cover the costs if there is one. For example, fees may be charged for color images or for publishing your paper for free access.
- Choosing between Open access and Subscription Publications
The cost of publishing a document can be paid in different ways. Traditionally, libraries and other institutions pay a subscription to receive individual journals or collections of titles for their researchers. This is called the subscription model, and as an author, you generally do not have to pay a fee to publish an article in a subscription journal. However, you can charge page fees to certain newspapers or color numbers.
The open access publishing model allows published articles to be freely accessible to all. This means that authors, research institutes, international conference or funding agencies can finance publication costs. In return, the authors ensure that everyone can access their work.
- Choosing the Right Publication
Carefully selecting the journal in which to submit your manuscript greatly reduces the risk of rejection of your work. Once you have made a preliminary decision about the journal (whether it be Scopus indexed Conferences, IEEE, Springer, or otherwise) read the ‘Instructions to Authors’ to discover the limits imposed by the journal in the form of article format, number of words, citation styles, photographic specifications , publication costs, etc. a final decision.
Posting in a high-impact newspaper is probably of paramount importance to you. Remember to keep ease, quality, reach and impact at the forefront of your mind when searching for a journal in which to publish.
The main objective of European Journal of Business and Social Studies (EJBSS) is a academic publication is to create an exchange platform between researchers, teachers and scholars that study, teach, learn or are connected to the educational or educational associated disciplines. Our aim is to build and maintain a mutually beneficial and long-term bidirectional informational dialogue among our authors and beneficiaries of the published research.
Its principal scope is to disseminate the latest research findings and scientific advances in the educational field of study, exploring traditional and modern tendencies, observing social and cultural effects and investigating interdisciplinary methodologies. We invite our collaborators to actively participate with their latest scientific research, with their theoretical and practical experience at the development of this informational platform as a novel tool for the advancement of educational science.
Our publication provides an active instrument to the authors for publishing and distributing their achievements world-wide according with the Open Access policies and methods as well as a powerful tool for the researcher in order to obtain theoretical and practical knowledge for future research projects.
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