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predatory

adjective bloodthirsty, carnivorous, depredatory, devouring, greedy, living by prey, lupine, pillaging, plundering, praedabundus, praedatorius, predative, raiding, rapacious, raptorial, ravaging, ravening, ravenous, spoliatory, voracious, vulturine, vulturous, wolfish
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Some indicators that can help an author know if they are dealing with a predatory journal are:
Although the lead author was not blind as to whether the articles were published in a predatory or non-predatory journal, the reviewers were blind.
Predatory Publishing, Questionable Peer Review, and Fraudulent.
They recommend nursing authors use Beall's list of predatory publishers as a reliable resource.
In conclusion, awareness of topics like predatory publishing practices and the choices we make about publications have implications for the advancement of nursing science and the integrity of our nursing body of literature.
Beall has compiled a list of predatory publishers (http://scholarlyoa.
Predatory publishers and predatory standalone journals publish on the Internet using the gold open-access (author-pays) model of scholarly publishing," says Beall.
With the first financial crisis of the twenty-first century, most Americans became aware of the subprime market and perhaps even of predatory lending.
Predatory behavior, commonly called "prey drive" in our pet dogs, is an instinctive or natural desire to chase, capture, and kill prey.
Since the problem of predatory lending is historically so widespread, it is strange to see why the Catholic church would change the Greek word for "debt" to "trespasses" or "offenses" in the prayer that our Lord left us.
This study describes how mortgage professionals differentiate abusive from predatory lending.