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There is a need for a resource that focuses on writing for publication that discusses the components of a manuscript, types of manuscripts, and the submission process. This groundbreaking book fills that need and includes information on how to develop writing skills by offering guidance on becoming an excellent manuscript reviewer and outlining what makes a good review. It shows how to craft scholarly papers and other writing suitable for submission to academic journals. The book offers on developing a manuscript suitable for publication in scholarly journals including tips on follow through with editors, rejection, and rewrites and re-submittals.
Tonette S. Rocco is associate professor of the Adult Education and Human Resource Development Program at Florida International University and coeditor of New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development. Tim Hatcher is associate professor of Human Resource Development and Adult Education at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, and former editor of Human Resource Development Quarterly.
Table of Contents
|About the Editors||p. xvii|
|About the Authors||p. xix|
|Becoming A Published Scholar||p. 1|
|Reasons to Write, Writing Opportunities, and Other Considerations||p. 3|
|Publishing in Peer-Reviewed and Nonrefereed Journals: Processes, Strategies, and Tips||p. 13|
|Learning to Write: Wisdom from Emerging Scholars||p. 26|
|Scholarly Reading as a Model for Scholarly Writing||p. 44|
|Working with Tensions: Writing for Publication During Your Doctorate||p. 62|
|The Process of Transforming the Dissertation or Thesis into Publication||p. 75|
|Improving Writing Techniques||p. 89|
|Writing with Authority: Pitfalls and Pit Stops||p. 91|
|Finding Voice: Appreciating Audience||p. 102|
|Creating a Whole from the Parts: Qualities of Good Writing||p. 115|
|Developing a Research Problem and Purpose Statement||p. 125|
|Preparing Scholarly Manuscripts||p. 143|
|Writing a Literature Review||p. 145|
|Increasing the Odds of Publishing a Qualitative Manuscript||p. 161|
|Increasing the Likelihood of Publishing Quantitative Manuscripts||p. 179|
|Writing Research Articles Using Mixed Methods: Methodological Considerations to Help You Get Published||p. 191|
|Writing Theory, Conceptual, and Position Articles for Publication||p. 209|
|Creating and Publishing Nonrefereed Manuscripts: How to Write Editorials and Book Reviews||p. 222|
|Reflecting on the Writing and Publishing Process||p. 237|
|Why Writers Should Also Be Reviewers||p. 239|
|Addressing Feedback from Reviewers and Editors||p. 251|
|International and Cross-Cultural Issues in Scholarly Publishing||p. 262|
|Working with Coauthors||p. 274|
|Writing as Mentoring||p. 293|
|Resources: Further Reading for Scholarly Writing||p. 311|
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