A CASE STUDY OF “K-TIE” ASSISTED INSTRUCTION KAI TO “CLAPPING HANDS” AS A RECREATION ACTIVITY
Keywords: cellular phone, animation, clapping hands
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to identify the causes of rejection of papers from conference proceedings and to present guidelines to limit the number of papers rejected from the Proceedings of the XXIVth International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports hosted by the University of Salzburg, Austria. Scientists (n=95) with extensive experience in reviewing papers completed a survey. Each scientist selected their five most common reasons for rejecting papers. All scientists selected 'unsound experimental design’ and 'lack of clarity’ in one or more sections as common reasons for rejecting papers from proceedings. Other common reasons were poor identification of the problem (53), and poor analytical methods (65). Guidelines for authors arose from the study.
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