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    Suppose an article had been published in source A. Then, with the agreement of source A, it was published by source B. How should I call this action with one name? The only thing that comes to my mind is "to republish" though for this particular situation it doesn't sound too good even in my ear. Do you happen to now a word to use in this situation?

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    Default Re: Publish something again in a different source

    reprint?

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    Default Re: Publish something again in a different source

    Quote Originally Posted by LwyrFirat View Post
    reprint?
    I was thinking about this word, but in this context it might be misunderstood. "Reprint" simply means "to print again", and this is not necessarily what I want the word (phrase) to carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyggus View Post
    Suppose an article had been published in source A. Then, with the agreement of source A, it was published by source B. How should I call this action with one name? The only thing that comes to my mind is "to republish" though for this particular situation it doesn't sound too good even in my ear. Do you happen to now a word to use in this situation?

    Many thanks,
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    What kind of meaning are you looking for? A text reissued without alteration can be "a reprint" or "an offprint"; with alterations of any kind, it could be "a new edition". If it is issued without permission, it is "pirated".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    What kind of meaning are you looking for? A text reissued without alteration can be "a reprint" or "an offprint"; with alterations of any kind, it could be "a new edition". If it is issued without permission, it is "pirated".
    There are sources (e.g. journals) that publish articles from other journals with permission. Is it, then, a reprint?

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    Suppose an article had been published in source A. Then, with the agreement of source A, it was published by source B. How should I call this action with one name?
    It would be a second publication, and you would flag it as follows,
    First published in [name of primary source journal].

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    It would be a second publication, and you would flag it as follows,
    First published in [name of primary source journal].
    Thanks. But how can I call the publishing in the second source? Maybe there is no name for it? For example, I want to write:

    Title of the paper, Source journal (republished in second journal)

    Does this "republished" work here?

    Nyggus

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    Hold on. If the paper is published in more than one journal, then list the journal where you found it. If the paper is modified in one journal, and you use the part that's modified, then list that journal. You could also, list all the journals the paper was published in, but why do that? List the one that's most current.

    How to Write a Bibliography - Examples in MLA Style

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    Hold on. If the paper is published in more than one journal, then list the journal where you found it. If the paper is modified in one journal, and you use the part that's modified, then list that journal. You could also, list all the journals the paper was published in, but why do that? List the one that's most current.

    How to Write a Bibliography - Examples in MLA Style
    Imagine your preparing your CV; your paper was published in one journal and then republished somewhere else because of its high quality (or something), and you want to show it (why not?!). Thus it has nothing to do with writing bibliography. So?

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    Default Re: Publish something again in a different source

    Quote Originally Posted by nyggus View Post
    Thanks. But how can I call the publishing in the second source? Maybe there is no name for it? For example, I want to write:

    Title of the paper, Source journal (republished in second journal)

    Does this "republished" work here?

    Nyggus
    Going by the above meaning that you want, perhaps reproduced.

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