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The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus

The Content Selection & Advisory Board has advised that The Indexer has been accepted for inclusion in SCOPUS, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.

The Indexer, published by the Society of Indexers and Liverpool University Press on behalf of indexing societies worldwide, seeks to cover the full range of subjects, from articles at the cutting edge of new techniques to contributions discussing in a practical way the new tools available to indexers at all points in the technical spectrum or exploring the history of indexing.

Reviewer comments:

+ The abstracts are in keeping with Scopus English Language requirements.

+ In general, the content of the articles is consistent with the scope and aims of the journal.

+ The articles are generally well written and understandable.

+ Although the scope of this journal is narrow, it addresses the need of an important niche audience.

Longstanding title – since 1958. Double blind peer review process. Regional diversity with editorial board members as well authors.

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Hunter Gather Research has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus

The Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB), has advised that Hunter Gatherer Research has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.

The reviewer comments are copied below:

  • The journal consistently includes articles that are scientifically sound and relevant to an international academic or professional audience in this field.
  • The journal has scholarly relevance as evidenced by citations in other journals currently covered by Scopus.
  • In general, the content of the articles is consistent with the scope and aims of the journal.
  • The articles are consistently of high academic quality, consistent with the journal’s stated aims.
  • Although the scope of this journal is narrow, it addresses the need of an important niche audience.

Hunter Gatherer Research is an international, multi-disciplinary quarterly publication that covers all aspects of hunter-gatherer studies, whether focusing on the present, past or future. It encompasses genetics, ecology, evolutionary anthropology, archaeology, ethnography, ethnohistory, linguistics, indigenous rights and applied research.

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Studia Hibernica is accepted for inclusion in SCOPUS

Studia Hibernica has been accepted by the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) for inclusion in SCOPUS.

The reviewer comments are copied below:

“This journal impresses from the homepage and the editorial policy to the production schedule and online access. Much of the material being included in the journal is outstanding, and I’m pleased to see that articles are being so widely cited. The editor is also a major figure in the research field. There can be no question about the inclusion of the journal in SCOPUS.”

Founded in 1961, Studia Hibernica is devoted to the study of the Irish language and its literature, Irish history and archaeology, Irish folklore and place names, and related subjects.

Its aim is to present the research of scholars in these fields of Irish studies and so to bring them within easy reach of each other and the wider public. It endeavours to provide in each issue a proportion of articles, such as surveys of periods or theme in history or literature, which will be of general interest.

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