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How to Promote the Korean Journal of Child Studies to an International Journal
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Child Studies
  • Volume 37, Issue 1,  2016, pp.7-16
  • Publisher : Korean Association of Child Studies
  • DOI : 10.5723/kjcs.2016.37.1.7
 Title & Authors
How to Promote the Korean Journal of Child Studies to an International Journal
Huh, Sun;
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Objective: It aimed at proposing the Korean Journal of Child Studies' strategy to be promoted to international journal based on the style and format of scholarly journals and journal metrics. Methods: The review of the journal in not only print version, but also an online version was done from the perspective of style and format. The total citation and impact factor were manually calculated from Web of Science Core Collection. Results: More professional level manuscript editing is required for maintaining the consistency of the style and format. The verso page and back matters should be improved to international level. Journal homepage should be reconstructed by adopting digital standards for the journal, including journal article tag suite, CrossMark, FundRef, ORCID, and text and data mining. To become an international journal, transformation into English journal and deposition to PubMed Central is mandatory. Conclusion: Since the editor's and society members' performance is top-notch, it will be possible to promote the journal up to international level soon. Society should guarantee the term of editor for enough time and support her with full cost and complete consent.
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