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The advantage of this book compared to many others on this topic, is that on the one hand, it is very concise, simple, and in plain language; on the other hand, it covers all the stages of writing and publishing an articleLiia LMethodspace Book Reviews Group
very practical and accessible
Structure of the book was attractive, but it was hard to find anything new in the content...
have recommended this text to students and staff. An excellent first step to equip them with the knowledge and confidence to start publishing, very straight forward.
Final year dissertation students are given the option of writing up their dissertation in the form of a journal article. This book gives a concise guide as to the style, layout and form such a piece of work should take. I would recommend it to those seeking to write in such a style.
Great for students who want to go further with their master thesis and find their way into publishing
Good starter texts for Masters students with aspirations to publish their work
This book provides an understanding of the purpose of peer review process, as well as an appreciation of the potential timeframe for a manuscript to complete the process and move toward publication
Master's students in our programme need to submit a manuscript for publication before graduation. The book by Becker and Denicolo ("Publishing Journal Articles") provide students with an excellent basis of how to write a journal article. HIghly recommended for all academic staff.
An important resource for students who need to publish their research during or after their studies.
Really useful text for students who would like to go on to publish material from their research dissertation. Lucinda's book provides useful guidelines to enable novice researchers to navigate the field of publishing their material.
Good introductory guidelines for writing articles.
A good guide to help students with the publishing process.
limited application for PGCE students, though good hints on writing style which has been supportive for my students for whom English is not a first language
there are enough Dutch books on this theme. Dutch is prefered language for our students
Whist the book was extremely useful to me personally, this would only be relevant to a small number of students on the MSc course, hence the supplemental adoption rather than recommended.
A very easily read volume, provides great tips all along the way from deciding your topic to dealing with rejection. The Exercises throughout the chapters are valuable for being specific to your own topic. As a guide on writing, it is really useful, with practical hints that early careers will find helpful.
Recommended to students to students that end up publishing
Highly informative for all who wish to have an article published in a journal. It gives hints and tips around the complex systematic process to save you time and energy achieving your aim
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