journal proper meaning
- noun (bookkeeping)
A book in which entries are made for transactions where no other record is available, transfers between accounts, opening entries when a business starts, and corrections for errors
- *: "'No, I think any mention of his journal comes from the journal proper.
- The guest editors are independent of the journal proper and they edit only those special features found "'here " '.
- Although these supplements may be perceived as more biased by commercial interests, and are subjected to a different peer review process than articles in the journal proper, they nevertheless have a comparable number of citations.