Types of Research Articles Published In Reputed Journal

Research article

The research article is the most challenging and goal-scoring task for an author to find in a lifetime of research cum learning and judging by your experience gained throughout the research program. The research articles are very important and you can’t take them in a casual way. It carries about 40% marks in the subjects. It is so important to give it equal value. If you want to know about the types of research articles you read this blog to the end. I am sure you will find good details in it.

There are many types of research articles that need a special approach. All instructions and formatting need a research article, especially if you are doing it after graduation or during your research on any topic. It doesn’t matter if you have to write a research article of any kind or topic you should know how to present it. Once you’ve got the idea to present it, you’ll be able to see what kind of research you need to do for this article. In this blog, you will get an idea of the types of research articles that actually exist in the academic field.

I hope this blog is helpful for you to recognize the various types of articles published in a suitable  journal before starting to write a research article. While there are different types of Articles in journals, because of the different titles under which they accepted a journal, many published articles are one of the following; Original Research Articles, Review Articles, Brief Reports or Letters, Symposium Article, Special issue Articles, Case Studies, Methodology

It is so time to highlight the different types of articles that will be considered and published by the esteemed Journal for publication.


Types of Research Articles


(1) Original Research Articles or Regular Articles

This is the most common type of journal article used to publish complete research data reports. It can be named as an Original Article, Regular Article, Research, or Article, depending on the journal. The structure of original research Articles is more appropriate for many fields of research and different types of studies which includes full presentations, methods, results, and discussions.

This type of article contains a Title page (with active title), Abstract keywords, Objects and methods, Results, Conversation, Thanksgiving (no subject), References, Electronic References, Tables, Image Captions, Prices, and Appendices.

Note that the results combined with the discussion are not acceptable. The length of the article should be within reason and the writing should be short and focused.


(2) Review Research Articles

The literature review provides a comprehensive summary of the research on a particular topic, as well as an idea of the field situation and direction. They are usually written by an author in a certain way following an invitation from the editors of the journal. Reviews are often read briefly (for example, by researchers seeking a full introduction to the field) and are extensively reported. Reviews often quote 100 research articles or more.

This should be concise, critical, and artistic in any topic of your interest or over new research topics and programs. Review articles must be permitted or invited by the Associate Editor and at first, the author must submit the caption of the maximum of two pages to the Related Editor.

A Reviews articles should be a Title page (with a running title), Abstract with keywords, Key text with relevant titles, Acknowledgments (no title), References, Electronic References, Tables, Image Captions, Prices, and Appendices.


(3) Short Communication  Research Articles

This type of research articles pass on brief data reports from early research that editors believe and will be of interest to many researchers, and that could spark further research in the field. Since short Communication is useful for scientists with time-sensitive results (for example, those in competitive or fast-changing fields). This communication usually has strict length limits, so some test details may not be published until the authors have written a complete manuscript of the Original Research. These types of articles are sometimes called Short Communication.

This can cover any topic within the Journal area but should be reserved in one place or a matter of progress and be relevant beyond the genre or area. Articles should be short (five pages printed, c. 2500 words) and presented as Title page (active title), Abstract (plural three sentences) with keywords, Key text (no subtitles or clips to be included), Functions (no title), Indicators, Electronic References, Tables, Names -Description and price values (tables and figures should be kept to a small).


(4) Letters Articles

This should address a significant discovery or point of discussion that needs to be published immediately. They should be very short about one and a half printed pages or 750 words characters written in a as Title page (with active title), do not write Abstract, Keywords, Key text (no subtitles or clips to be included), Functions (no title), Indicators and Electronic References (maximum four are included both types of references). There are no tables or figures to be included in this article.


(5) Comments and Reply Articles

Comments relating to articles recently published in the Journal may be considered by the Editor-in-Chief. The structure of comments and replies as, Title page (with active title), Abstract with keywords, Key text (no subtitles or clips to be included), Functions (no title), Indicators, Electronic indexes and tables, Captions, and values (if included). After a satisfactory peer review, they will revert to the original author or authors for feedback (also peer review). The publication of a Comment and Reply will end the controversy. Both comments and responses should be short and to the point (no more than three pages, c. 1500 words).


(6) Symposium Articles

These articles are submitted to the annual Symposium and may contain any of the above types of Articles i.e, Original Research, Review Articles, Special articles, Case Studies, Methodologies etc but not a letter and Comment and Reply.


(7) Special Issues  Research Articles

This type of research Articles may contain any of the above types of manuscripts other than letters, and comments, and Reply. Recently it has been easier to add this with access to the internet. Two types are accepted: files containing animated videos and images, and longer datasets. The manuscript should be complete without supporting details which should not be an integral part of the manuscript. It is no other than the Appendices.


(8) Case Studies Articles

These research articles report containing some interesting developments and research. The goal of Case Studies is to let other researchers know that something is likely to happen or new to the society and this type of research is generally occurred in the medical field or in medicine to report the incidence of before unknown or emerging pathologies.


(9) Methods or Methodology Articles

These research articles introduce a new approach of analysis, experimental protocol, and procedures. The described method may be completely new, or it may provide a better version of the existing method. The article should describe the significant continuity of currently available research methods.


This is all about this blog and I hope these different types of Articles help you in categories your research articles before publishing in a popular journal, KRS is an online learning platform, which brings articles from time to time, stay connected.


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