Guide to Publishing in Scholarly Communication Journals
by Mark L. Knapp; John A. Daly; Barbara C. Stooksberry (Editor)
Call Number: Z286.S37 K63 2004
Publication Date: 2004-01-29
This guide offers detailed advice on the journal article publication process, describing each step of the process and providing insights for improving the presentation of work intended for publication in communication journals. It includes advice from journal editors across the discipline and offers resource materials to help both new and seasoned writers publish their work. The guide begins with an overview of the publication process, followed by a discussion of each step of the manuscript submission, review, and revision processes.
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