The influence of the paper/article in the academic circle". An article that has not been peer-reviewed is usually not taken seriously by the academic phone database community, so Most master's and doctoral dissertations do not have a high citation count (citation), but it does not mean that the content of these master's and doctoral dissertations can be plagiarized, because "academic ethics" is the most basic bottom line. 4. If the research results have been published in journals first, will it be a violation of academic ethics to treat your paper as a graduation thesis (thesis/dissertation)? A: In principle, no, but it needs to be clearly stated. For relevant instructions, please refer to "
Copyright Issues Related to Degree Thesis " published by the Taiwan Academic Ethics Education Resource Center (authored by Professor Zhou Qian of the Institute of Education, Jiaotong University, et al.) 5. If different people make the same research results, how do you determine who is the original in practice? A: If it is experimental science, look at the experimental record book, if it is theoretical creation work, look at the manuscript at that time; if the above-mentioned materials are not available to prove that they are original, they can only look at who published it first.
A common situation in academia is that two people or research teams in similar research fields have similar ideas at a very close time, but the paper published first will have a higher academic influence, and even the winner will be the winner. Similar principles apply in the case of holdings, especially when it comes to the examination of patent applications, and the awarding of many international academic awards, such as the Nobel Prize. Also because the peer review time of journal articles is too long, it is easy for the first thinkers to miss the opportunity to publish.