Publishing Journal Articles
How do I maximise my chances of getting it published in a top journal?
How do I know what journal to select?
How do I best adapt my research work in order to get published?
In this accessible, informative and entertaining book, Becker and Denicolo introduce the best practical strategies available to help you maximise your chances of success in getting your work published in the journal of your choice.
This book offers down-to-Earth advice on such vital topics as:
How to write and get the style right
What to select for publication
How to plan for success
How to cope with writer's block
Working with editors and reviewers
How to cope with rejection
This is a must-have book for anyone seeking to write for successful journal publication.
The Success in Research series, from Cindy Becker and Pam Denicolo, provides short, authoritative and accessible guides on key areas of professional and research development.
Avoiding jargon and cutting to the chase of what you really need to know, these practical and supportive books cover a range of areas from presenting research to achieving impact, and from publishing journal articles to developing proposals. They are essential reading for any student or researcher interested in developing their skills and broadening their professional and methodological knowledge in an academic context.
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 156 x 234 x 10.16mm | 240g
- 05 Mar 2012
- Sage Publications Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Other books in this series
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Table of contents
Why Are You Going to Write an Article?
When Should You Write an Article?
What Should You Publish?
Where Should You Place an Article?
Selecting Your Topic/Adapting Your Work
Selecting Your Topic
Adapting Your Work
Planning and Getting Started
Coping with Writer's Block
Getting the Style Right
Your Writing Style
If You Are Writing in Your Second Language
The Structure of Your Article
The Article on the Page
Signposting and Structure
Presenting Technical Data
Concluding Your Article
The Language of Your Article
Improving Your Style
Editing Your Article
Polishing Your Article
Learning How to Stop Writing Your Article
Why You Need to Stop
Why You Cannot Seem to Stop
Learning How to Stop
And Then Not Really Stopping
Working with Editors and Reviewers
Recovering from Rejection
Prepare for Rejection
Use the Reviews
Make a Plan of Action
Intellectual Property Rights
Some Final Thoughts
Methodspace Book Reviews Group
Maybe the strongest accolade I can give this book is that it has now become one of the core texts for the SRA's training courses on writing research reports and publishing research... Publishing Journal Articles... holds your hand, provides practical guidance and does it with a good sense of empathy... In summary, it's well worth a read if you are new to this area.
Dr Simon Haslam
About Lucinda Becker
Lucinda has written numerous study guides for students and works with undergraduates and postgraduates across the university. She is also a professional trainer and consultant, helping new graduates in engineering, science and law to become successful communicators and leaders.
As a Director for Teaching and Learning at her university, Lucinda has the chance to introduce innovation in teaching. In her most recent project, she has launched a Student Impact Network to support students who want to work in partnership with academics to facilitate excellent learning opportunities.
Professor (Emeritus) Pam Denicolo, a chartered psychologist, has just retired from her fulltime role at the University of Reading where she developed the Graduate School system and the post-registration professional practice and research element of the School of Pharmacy.
Her passion for supporting and developing graduate students is demonstrated through her contributions as Vice Chair to the UK Council for Graduate Education Executive Committee, as chair of the Society for Research into Higher Education Postgraduate Network and Executive Editor of the Guides for Supervisors Series. She was a key contributor to Vitae's development of the Researcher Development Framework (RDF) and the QAA's Doctoral Characteristics Advisory Group, and is currently contributing to the revision of the Code of Practice. She is currently advocate for Graduate Studies at the University of Surrey.