Top-tier and predatory alike? A lexical structure perspective from the Academy of Management Journal and Espacios

04/27/2021
by   Julian D. Cortes, et al.
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This study compares the lexical structure of articles titles and abstracts of two extremes in MB (management-business research): the AMJ (Academy of Management Journal), one of its most revered periodicals, and Espacios, the one that unveiled a structural problem in Latin-American MB. Results showed significant differences in the median of titles length and abstracts readability and diversity as AMJ titles length was longer and abstracts both more diverse and readability-demanding.

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