What does sic mean in articles?

Answer Editors use sic, Latin for "such" or "thus," when referring to something as it was found in the original document, according to Daily Writing Tips. Additionally, you can use sic to acknowledge an e... Read More »

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Are wikipedia articles cited by authorized personnels with expertise in related articles?

If I'm interpreting your question correctly, you're looking for academic and/or expert articles which cite Wikipedia. In that case, check out this (incomplete) list on Wikipedia:< http://en.wikiped... Read More »

Will there be 'forwarding' from URLs to articles that were on, to the same or similar articles?

I'm not certain, but I'm trying to encourage them to do so. This is how: I'm going to places on the Internet where I've posted links, and clicking on them. Each time I do this, it should generat... Read More »

Are empirical articles the same as peer-reviewed articles?

An empirical article is an article that reports the results of research. A peer-reviewed article is an article that has been reviewed by peers within the field prior to publication. While many empi... Read More »

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