By Jay Liebowitz
Most lecturers nonetheless combat with the "publish or perish" phenomenon. in response to Dr. Liebowitz’s 25 years serving because the editor-in-chief of a number one foreign magazine, in addition to insights from the most a professional magazine editors, this e-book stocks key classes realized to aid new professors, doctoral scholars, and practitioner–scholars raise their possibilities of being released in selective, refereed foreign journals. It makes a speciality of the main practices had to be sure magazine ebook, with attention-grabbing circumstances and necessary information sprinkled during the book.
A consultant to Publishing for Academics presents important wisdom from best magazine editors of either conventional and on-line journals, in addition to quite a few degrees of journals. even if the focal point is especially within the company and IT components, a lot of the tips supplied can pass into different fields. The publication includes fascinating vignettes and do’s and don’ts in order that capability authors can comprehend what is going on behind the curtain as soon as the manuscript arrives at the magazine editor’s desk.
The ebook offers optimistic suggestions on determining what and the place to put up, what to contemplate whilst writing a name for a paper, how one can arrange and publish magazine manuscripts, and the way to put a paper for book. It additionally has precious details for present and destiny magazine editors, together with versions of modifying and editorial forums, editorial training suggestion, and modifying shrewdpermanent practices. With the knowledge during this publication, the following new release of lecturers and practitioner–scholars may be good outfitted to beat the post or perish phenomenon.
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This chapter suggests that authors have used the practical screen to justify poor-quality literature reviews. This chapter makes the following recommendations: For authors: • Understand that the purpose of the literature review is to ground the research in the literature as well as to recognize what has been done and what has not. This includes using validated instruments and using the theory to explain your results. • Heed the advice of Dennis and Valacich (2001) and ensure that you have synthesized the literature as well as summarized it and that you understand and know the critical papers in the discipline; never use a citation of a citation.
2002). Analyzing the past to prepare for the future: Writing a literature review. MIS Quarterly, 26(2): xiii–xxiii. 4 P ositi onin g Your Paper for P ublicati on in a J ournal Where Do Authors Go Wrong? A LE X KOOH A NG Contents Introduction 42 “Communication Platform” 42 Level 1: Review by the Screening Committee 43 Policies 44 The Submitted File Format Is Wrong 44 Authors Submit Partially Published Work or Work under Consideration 44 Infringing Copyright Materials 45 Leaving the Author(s) Information on the Submitted Paper 45 Authors Ignore the Journal’s Instructions/Guidelines Posted on the Journal’s Website 46 Manuscript Guidelines 46 Overlooking the Manuscript’s Guidelines 46 Level 2: Reviewer Assignment 48 Step 1 48 Step 2 48 Missing Text about How the Paper Is Organized 48 The Study Design 49 Level 3: The Preliminary Decision 50 Level 4: The Final Decision 51 Change in Authorship 51 Final Remarks 51 41 42 Al e x Ko o h a n g Introduction This chapter discusses some of the most common mistakes authors make in positioning their papers for submission to a journal for possible publication.
A Guide to Publishing for Academics: Inside the Publish or Perish Phenomenon by Jay Liebowitz