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June 25, 2009

Ethical Space ranked as A-grade journal

Filed under: News, ethical space editors blog, Headlines — news_editor @ 1:10 am

The journal of the Institute of Communication Ethics, Ethical Space, has been ranked as an A-grade academic journal by the Australian Research Council, in its assessment of journals in the Humanities and Creative Arts area. This puts it among the top 20% of journals.

The ranking recognises that the journal is a high quality international journal. The council’s full criterion for the A grade reads:

The majority of papers in a Tier A journal will be of very high quality. Publishing in an A journal would enhance the author’s standing, showing they have real engagement with the global research community and that they have something to say about problems of some significance. Typical signs of an A journal are lowish acceptance rates and an editorial board which includes a reasonable fraction of well known researchers from top institutions.

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