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When writing an article is it fine to use the same contains of a literature review for two different papers? The themes of the paper are related although the questions addressed are different. Actually the reviewer for the targeted journal suggested that I split the article into two . If both are accepted for publication, what are the implications in terms of copy right with regards to the publishers.
Dear forumers, it is alright to present a paper that has been published at a conference and what are the implications if any?
At the time that I submitted the abstract for the conference, the paper was not published. It has since been published and has also been accepted for an upcoming conference. Would there be any bridge of copy right should the conference decide to publish the conference precedings.
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