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Writing for Publication

Writing for Publication

January 2007 | 128 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
Writing for Publication deals with a number of generic issues around academic writing (including intellectual property rights) and then considers writing refereed journal articles, books and book chapters in detail as well as other, less common, forms of publication for academics. The aim is to demystify the process and to help you to become a confident, competent, successful and published writer.
Who Should Use This Book and How?
The Business of Writing
The Business of Publishing
Publishing Academic Journal Articles
Publishing Books and in Books
Other Sorts of Publishing

This is a very readable and well organised text to support early career researchers to better understand how to navigate a range of entry points into publishing research. The information about how to give seminar papers and establish networks that will present additional publishing opportunities is also particularly helpful. A wide range of publication options are presented and there are a number of very helpful tips that outline potential pitfalls that would limit publication success.

Ms Lorraine Loveland-Armour
Department of Education, Newman University
April 24, 2017

An excellent book for anyone taking their first steps into publishing. I found the book very easy to follow and very engaging. Highly recommended for higher level courses.

Mrs Angela Hodgkins
Institute Of Education, Worcester University
August 26, 2014

Good introduction to the area of writing for publication. Can be basic, but provides good solid advice for those entering into this arena for the first time.

Dr Hannah McCabe
Library, IBAT College
June 27, 2013

Debbie Epstein

I work at the nexus of sociology and cultural studies and my research interests comprise childhood and youth studies, particularly sexuality, gender and race in education and in popular culture, and the cultural politics of education. Overall, my focus is on the dominant and how it is held in place, though this often involves investigating the experiences of those in subordinated, marginalised and/or stigmatised groups. I am especially concerned with how children negotiate these ‘differences that make a difference’ and their agency in the context of institutional settings such as schools and families. More About Author

Jane Kenway

Research interests    Education policy particularly in relation to globalisation and socio-cultural change    Socio-cultural studies of diverse youthful identities and education    Education, media and consumer cultures    Elite Schools around the world and the formation of transnational elitesFields of Research (FOR)    Higher Education    Gender, Sexuality and Education    Education Policy    Sociology of Education More About Author

Rebecca Boden

Rebecca Boden - University of the West of England. More About Author

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