Fraser / Anshan
重量：0.15kg 頁數：112 裝訂：平裝 開數: 21.1*14.8cm 印刷：單色
This is the second edition of a book written for all those who are striving to get their research paper published. Most examples come from the biosciences but it is equally useful for those writing for social sciences and humanities journals. The author emphasizes certain themes and phrases which are the important determinants of whether you get your paper published or not. Insider tips on how the review process works help you navigate the quickest and most efficient way to do so.
It is a clear and concise reference that advises how to target the appropriate journal. The book is easy to read and digest with practical points to be applied. It is recommended for anyone involved in research who may be planning to submit their work for publication.
Scott Fraser is a practicing doctor in the UK. He has extensive experience of research having written over 100 scientific papers, presentations and books. He is an editor in the Cochrane Collaboration and runs an EBM Masters degree. He is the editor of six peer reviewed journals and assistant editor of a further four.
Section 1.Ten ways to make sure your paper is published
Section 2. Do you really need to get a paper published?
Section 3. Choosing the subject of your publication
Section 4. Choosing your journal
Section 5. Writing your paper
Section 6. Submitting your paper
Section 7. Ten ways to make sure your paper is rejected
Section 8. Resources for authors