In the previous issue, we outlined the considerations that are a necessary part of any submission and described how future submissions will be evaluated. In each paper, the abstract contains a summary of all key information, which can provide the audience a glance at the fundamental aspects of the paper. Mastering the skill of writing an abstract is essential to increase the visibility of a research paper and convince potential readers that research issues they care about have been addressed. In this issue, we continue to provide guidelines and new standards for writing and submitting abstracts for PAJAIS. This practical guide sets out the basic elements in an abstract and the journal’s requirements.
Jiang, James J. and Tsai, Jacob Chia-An
"Constructing an Effective Abstract: Guidelines and New Standards in PAJAIS,"
Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems: Vol. 11:
3, Article 1.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/pajais/vol11/iss3/1