｢분석과 대안｣ 투고 및 원고작성 기준
제정 2016년 06월 01일
개정 2021년 12월 26일
개정 2022년 04월 02일
Ⅰ. 투고 방법
※ 저자의 구분
투고논문의 저자는 교신저자, 제1저자, 공동저자로 구분하며, 역할과 책임은 다음과 같다.
논문의 최종본을 작성하고 승인하여 학술지에 논문을 투고하는 자로서 논문심사과정에서 reviewer와 교신하고, 출판 이후에도 논문의 내용에 책임을 지며 독자와의 교신도 책임진다. 여러 저자명 중에 가장 끝에 배치되나 제1저자도 이런 역할을 하였다면 교신저자가 될 수 있다. 그러나 논문발표 이후에도 실험노트와 자료를 보관하게 될 사람이 교신저자가 되어야 한다.
저자 중 이름이 가장 앞에 배치되는 사람으로 통상적으로 주저자라 불린다. 데이터와 정보를 만들고 그 결과를 분석, 해석하고 원고의 초안을 작성한 자를 말한다. 이들 간의 배치 우선순위는 실험 및 데이터 수집, 결과 해석, 초안 작성한 자의 순이다.
연구와 논문제작과정에 참여하였으나 제1저자나 교신저자가 아닌 자로 그 이름은 이 둘의 사이에 배치된다. 이들의 이름 등재 여부와 순서는 연구에 기여한 공헌도에 따라 제1저자와 교신저자에 의해 결정되며, 그러나 이 순서는 공동저자들의 동의를 받아야 한다.
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Ⅱ. 원고작성 방법
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