Nevertheless, often the book is being cited, possibly because authors do not realize that citing the original article is more appropriate.
What does OA stand for?
OA stands for Original Article
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 57 other meanings of OA in our Acronym Attic
- Ordering Activity
- Ordinary Annuity
- Organization and Administration
- Organizational Assessment
- Organizing Authority (various organizations)
- Oriental Adventures (gaming)
- Orientation Advisor (school)
- Orienteering Australia (Australian Capital Territory)
- Origin Agent (transportation industry)
- Original Advocacy
Samples in periodicals archive:
I quite understand Frank Dutour's letter regarding the pros and cons of Lagos and Accra, Nigeria and Ghana as locations for a thriving business ('Letters', African Business, January 2010 issue, responding to the original article 'Which is better for business', African Business?
In conjunction with the project, a total of 108 original articles in English were published.
I found the original article to be an accurate portrayal of one aspect of the complicated federal Medicaid eligibility criteria, which also permits recoupment of the state expenditures from the recipient's resources without the state's necessarily returning the federal matching funds it had previously received.
Dower, President, Forest Stewardship Council, via e-mail Editor's Note: The original article did cover many of the FSC's unquestionable benefits as outlined by Dower, including several of his specific examples.
We would support a discussion of the ethics of various hypothetical procedures, so long as it didn't entail exaggerated, anxiety-inducing estimates of the likelihood of their imminent use; but even a casual reading of Hinrichs' original article will reveal several futuristic "possible examples" of hair-raising invasions of privacy that we believe would turn many readers, unable to distinguish between science and science fiction in this field, against the whole idea of neuroscience research.