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About the Journal
Research World is an open-access publication, aimed at research students in a broad range of disciplines and fields. It serves two main purposes: It publishes easy-to-read material that is relevant to research education; it also serves as a structured space where research students can practise academic writing and receive editorial advice. The publication exists to supplement the efforts of institutions of higher learning in developing the desired skills and attitudes among research students. On the whole, Research World seeks to be a preferred avenue for research students where they learn about the world of research and start interacting with a broader community of peers, in their journey of developing the researcher identity.
For citing articles published in this journal, please use these examples as a guide:
Citing an Article
Sundararajan, R. (2009). What I learnt from my experience in a doctoral programme. Research World, 6, Article A6.1. Retrieved from https://xub.edu.in/ResearchWorld_Volume6,Article-A6.1(2009).htm
Citing a Seminar Report
Pattnaik, S. (with Tripathi, M. N., Nayak, A. K. J. R., & Jomon, M. G.). (2004). Research in Human Resource Development (HRD) [Report on seminar led by U. Pareek]. Research World, 1, Article R1.12. Retrieved from https://xub.edu.in/ResearchWorld_Volume1,Report-R1.12(2004).htm
Citing a Panel Discussion Report
Panigrahy, G., & Patnaik, S. (with Thakurta, R., & Mishra, P.). (2011). Introduction to types of research inquiry [Report on panel discussion led by B. Mishra, B. P. Patra, P. Mishra, S. Anand, & R. Thakurta]. Research World, 8, Article S8.1. Retrieved from https://xub.edu.in/ResearchWorld_Volume8,Article-S8.1(2011).htm
D. P. Dash, Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, MALAYSIA
Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, INDIA
Rahul Thakurta, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, INDIA;
Asish Panda, Doctoral Candidate, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, INDIA
Debjyoti Mohanty, Doctoral Candidate, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, INDIA
Mrigakshi Das, Doctoral Candidate, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, INDIA
Sumitra Balakrishnan, Doctoral Candidate, Xavier University, Bhubaneswar, INDIA
Anand Agrawal, Institute of Management Technology, Dubai, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
C. Shambu Prasad, Institute of Rural Management Anand (IRMA), INDIA
Ismail Ait Saadi, Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak Campus, MALAYSIA
Jacob D. Vakkayil, IÉSEG School of Management, Paris, FRANCE
Jaydeep Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, INDIA
Paromita Goswami, Shiv Nadar University, INDIA
Pratik Modi, Institute of Rural Management, Anand, INDIA
Ramasubramanian Sundararajan, Cartesian Consulting, Bangalore, INDIA
Sandip Anand, Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar, INDIA
Call for Submissions
Short articles, reviews, reports, and research ideas (around 1000-1500 words, including references) are solicited on any aspect of research that might be relevant to research students in various disciplines and fields. Please follow the APA style for formatting your text. Although the submissions are not formally peer-reviewed, they go through a process of editorial review, technical editing, and copyediting.
Articles on Research Education
Articles focusing on any aspect of research education are published in this section. Since the publication is targeted at doctoral students, articles focusing on the learning needs of doctoral students will be given priority.
Articles on Research Experience
Critical reviews of research experience are published in this section. Articles focusing on various stages of research can be included, exploring the dilemmas faced by researchers and the options available for dealing with those. Such reviews would focus on avenues for developing research competencies.
Reflective reports on research training seminars are published in this section. Reports on any other type of research education events can also be considered for this section.
This section contains article reviews. Authors should clarify why they selected an article for review. The review needs to include a summary and assessment of the article, situating the article within a research area, describing its contribution, and drawing out implications for researchers and professionals. It should be written for a broad range of readers, not necessarily working within the same research area.
Links & Resources
This section will carry information on useful resources (e.g., articles, blogs, books, databases, web sites, etc.) relevant for research students, supervisors, research managers, and other functionaries associated with research.
Copyleft The articles may be used freely, for a noncommercial purpose, as long as the original source is properly acknowledged.