The handbook of scholarly writing and publishing
Clasificación: PN 146 H236 2011 | Agregado: 09/10/2018
editado por Tonette S. Rocco, Tim Hatcher. -- San Francisco, California : Jossey-Bass, 2011.
xxix, 336 p.; 23 cm. -- (The Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series)
Incluye referencias bibliográficas e índice.
Contenido: Foreword -- Preface -- Becoming a published scholar -- Reasons to write, writing opportunities, and other considerations -- Publishing in peer-reviewed and nonrefereed journals: processes, strategies, and tips -- Learning to write: wisdom from emerging scholars -- Scholarly reading as a model for scholarly writing -- Working with tensions: writing for publication during your doctorate -- The process of transforming the dissertation or thesis into publication -- Improving writing techniques -- Writing with authority: pitfalls and pit stops -- Finding voice: appreciating audience -- Creating a whole from the parts: qualities of good writing -- Developing a research problem and purpose statement -- Preparing scholarly manuscripts -- Writing a literature review -- Increasing the odds of publishing a qualitative manuscript -- Increasing the likelihood of publishing quantitative manuscripts -- Writing research articles using mixed methods: methodological considerations to help you get published -- Writing theory, conceptual, and position articles for publication -- Creating and publishing nonrefereed manuscripts: how to write editorials and book reviews -- Reflecting on the writing and publishing process -- Why writers should also be reviewers -- Addressing feedback from reviewers and editors -- International and cross-cultural issues in scholarly publishing -- Working with coauthors -- Writing as mentoring -- Resources: further reading for scholarly writing.