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              AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EVALUATION《美國評估雜志》 (官網投稿)

              • 期刊簡稱AM J EVAL
              • 參考譯名《美國評估雜志》
              • 核心類別 SSCI期刊(2019), 外文期刊,
              • IF影響因子1.492(2018年) 1.339(2017年) 1.356(2016年) 0.808(2015年) 1.804(2014年) 0.965(2013年) 1.447 (2012年) 2.022(2011年)
              • 自引率
              • 主要研究方向SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY 跨學科社會科學



              AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EVALUATION《美國評估雜志》(季刊). Each issue of the American Journal of Evaluation (AJE) explores decisions and challenges re...[顯示全部]











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