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How to Publish Your Communication Research: An Insider’s Guide

How to Publish Your Communication Research: An Insider’s Guide

September 2001 | 176 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
`The style of How to Publish Your Communication Research makes it a heartening read. Like any good self-help book it doesn't allow doubt to creep in. It's adamant that ultimately you will get published; all you have to do is understand the rules of the game, which up till now have been a closely guarded secret' - The Research Training Initiative at Birmingham Insitute of Art and Design - follow the link below to read the entire review

Alison Alexander and W James Potter provide an `insider's guide' to getting published in scholarly communication journals. In nine chapters, they and seven other distinguished journal editors explain what editors and reviewers look for when deciding which articles should be published and which should not.

The Manuscript Submission Process
Avoid Writing Traps
Steven Chaffee and Debra Lieberman
The Challenge of Writing the Literature Review
Judee K Burgoon
The Challenge of Writing the Theoretical Essay
Alan M Rubin
The Challenge of Writing the Quantitative Study
Thomas R Lindlof
The Challenge of Writing the Qualitative Study
James A Anderson
The Challenge of Writing the Interpretive Inquiry
Clifford G Christians
The Challenge of Writing the Critical/Cultural Essay
Jean Folkerts
The Challenge of Writing the Historical Essay

Alison F. Alexander

Alison Alexander teaches writing, research and theory, and family and media. She works in the area of children and media, as well as industry economics. More About Author

W. James Potter

W. James Potter, professor at the University of California at Santa Barbara, holds one PhD in Communication Studies and another in Instructional Technology. He has been teaching media courses for more than two decades in the areas of effects on individuals and society, content narratives, structure and economics of media industries, advertising, and journalism. He has served as editor of the Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media and is the author of many journal articles and several dozen books, including: Media Effects; Media Literacy, 10th edition; The 11 Myths of Media Violence; Major Theories of Media Effects; Becoming a... More About Author

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