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Below are answers to some common questions about the journal.
Why is the journal important to IASD? The journal ensures that IASD, while covering applied and personal aspects of working with dreams, also covers the publishing of original scholarly works which can of course be about applied and personal work, as well as being from various academic disciplines.
This publishing adds prestige to the work that IASD undertakes in Continuing Education, public education, and the holding of conferences. The journal also acts as outreach to various scholarly and therapeutic communities world-wide, showing them that such work on dreams can be done, and enables IASD to appear in many places as the broadcaster of the work.
Dream Time also publishes original scholarly works, usually shorter articles, and these similarly get IASD cited world-wide as the organization stimulating and broadcasting the work. Why is the journal important to scholarly work on dreams?
There are many journals that compete with Dreaming to publish research articles on dreaming. However, those journals are usually within one specific field, such as the study of personality, or ethnology, and so our journal enables authors, where they could probably have got the article into a single discipline type of journal if they wanted to, to instead publish alongside articles from other disciplines, but all of which have dreams as their subject.
This can lead to future multidisciplinary work, as researchers get to read articles about dreams from disciplines they may be unfamiliar with. It also enables individuals whose interest is mainly dreams to receive a broad range of articles just on dreams.
What happens to manuscripts that are submitted to the journal? Manuscripts are read by reviewers, from within and outside the discipline of the author. The reviewers are not told the name s of the author salthough they can sometimes guess it, and the authors are not told who has reviewed it.
Each reviewer writes a report on the article, assessing its strengths and weaknesses, and making constructive comments and suggestions. This stage should take months, with each reviewer making a recommendation about the manuscript: The Editor then makes a decision based on what the reviewers have written and recommended, and this is communicated to the author.
If the final decision is 2 above, then authors will often take up to 2 months to rewrite, if 3then it can take up to 6 months. If you want to have your name on the list of available reviewers, then please inform the Editor-in-Chief, with mention of your areas of interest.
What other checks are there on the quality of the journal?
In other words, we can ask the questions, Have articles in Dreaming provoked further research? Are articles in Dreaming worth referring to?
Journal Citation Reports measures how often articles in each journal are cited, that is, how many people reading a journal cite it in work they are writing. Dreaming does well on this, being quoted above the average.BibMe Free Bibliography & Citation Maker - MLA, APA, Chicago, Harvard.
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