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Original article | International Journal of Progressive Education 2018, Vol. 14(4) 1-14

Views of Instructors about Academic Productivity

Nazife Karadağ

pp. 1 - 14   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijpe.2018.154.1   |  Manu. Number: MANU-1803-13-0001.R1

Published online: September 11, 2018  |   Number of Views: 41  |  Number of Download: 106


Abstract

The purpose of the study is to determine the views of the instructors about the experiences they have during the international publishing in terms of academic productivity.  The study aims to reveal the problems the instructors experience during the publication process in international journal indexes and in the journals like SSCI, SCI and AHCI and to determine the needs of the instructors in order them to succeed in this process.  In the study, one of the qualitative methods, phenomenological research design was used. The study group consists of 15 instructors determined by criterion sampling within the purposive sampling methods. The basic criterion in determining the study group is that the instructors should complete the doctoral degree in Turkey in the last 10 years or abroad and they should have international publications. The data of the study were collected with semi-structured interview forms. based on the sub-problems of the study and the interviews with the instructors, the following issues were discussed about: the purposes of the instructors in overseas publishing,  their experiences in international publishing, the factors motivating themselves for international publishing, if there is, the reason why they didn’t want to publish in foreign countries and somehow the reason why they didn’t want to publish in the journals in the country, the difficulties they encountered with during the process of international publishing, the strategies  they followed during the publication and their recommendations for the researches who wish to make publishing abroad. 

Keywords: Productivity, academic productivity, higher education


How to Cite this Article?

APA 6th edition
Karadag, N. (2018). Views of Instructors about Academic Productivity. International Journal of Progressive Education, 14(4), 1-14. doi: 10.29329/ijpe.2018.154.1

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Karadag, N. (2018). Views of Instructors about Academic Productivity. International Journal of Progressive Education, 14(4), pp. 1-14.

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Karadag, Nazife (2018). "Views of Instructors about Academic Productivity". International Journal of Progressive Education 14 (4):1-14. doi:10.29329/ijpe.2018.154.1.

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