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- Subject: five years??
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- Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 17:58:14 EST
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In an obituary in this weekend's New York magazine the author says among other things: " some science journals now prohibit authors from citing papers more than five years old. " http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/31/magazine/31hedgpeth.html New York Magazine 31 Dec. 2006. Joel Hedgpeth | b. 1911 Cadet Hand | b. 1920 The Old Men and the Sea * By ALAN BURDICK Published: December 31, 2006 Does anyone one have any evidence of this as a policy for any journals-if so can you tell me which journals? Thanks Chuck Hamaker Associate University Librarian Collections and Technical Services Atkins Library University of North Carolina Charlotte Charlotte, NC 28223