Will people outside my field know which are the best journals in my field?

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*  Impact factor rankings from [http://scientific.thomson.com/products/jcr/ Journal Citation Reports] (JCR) is another way for someone outside your field to evaluate the quality of the journals in which you have published.  There is considerable debate, however, about the accuracy and validity of impact factor rankings.  While this debate is too complicated for discussion here, the general consensus is that impact factor rankings provide a reliable enough ballpark assessment of the reputation of each journal to be useful when evaluating journals.
*  Impact factor rankings from [http://scientific.thomson.com/products/jcr/ Journal Citation Reports] (JCR) is another way for someone outside your field to evaluate the quality of the journals in which you have published.  There is considerable debate, however, about the accuracy and validity of impact factor rankings.  While this debate is too complicated for discussion here, the general consensus is that impact factor rankings provide a reliable enough ballpark assessment of the reputation of each journal to be useful when evaluating journals.
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