A Guide to Publishing for Academics: Inside the Publish or by Jay Liebowitz

By Jay Liebowitz

Most lecturers nonetheless combat with the "publish or perish" phenomenon. in keeping with Dr. Liebowitz’s 25 years serving because the editor-in-chief of a number one overseas magazine, besides insights from essentially the most an expert magazine editors, this e-book stocks key classes discovered to aid new professors, doctoral scholars, and practitioner–scholars elevate their probabilities of being released in selective, refereed overseas journals. It specializes in the most important practices had to make sure magazine e-book, with fascinating situations and worthy guidance sprinkled in the course of the book.

A consultant to Publishing for Academics

offers necessary wisdom from major magazine editors of either conventional and on-line journals, in addition to quite a few degrees of journals. even supposing the point of interest is principally within the company and IT components, a lot of the counsel supplied can go into different fields. The ebook comprises attention-grabbing vignettes and do’s and don’ts in order that power authors can comprehend what is going on backstage as soon as the manuscript arrives at the magazine editor’s desk.

The e-book presents positive tips on settling on what and the place to put up, what to contemplate while writing a identify for a paper, tips to organize and post magazine manuscripts, and the way to put a paper for booklet. It additionally has worthwhile info for present and destiny magazine editors, together with versions of modifying and editorial forums, editorial training suggestion, and enhancing clever practices. With the knowledge during this publication, the subsequent new release of lecturers and practitioner–scholars can be good built to beat the put up or perish phenomenon.

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Also, this chapter is focused on IS research discussions looking at literature reviews in other disciplines/­fields and differences between IS and other disciplines/­fields were not incorporated. Literature Review Lamb (2013) defines the literature review as a review of secondary sources documented in text that considers the critical points of current knowledge including substantive findings, as well as theoretical and methodological contributions to a particular topic. A systematic review is a literature review that addresses a research question by identifying, appraising, selecting, and synthesizing all high-­quality research evidence relevant to that question (also Fink, 2005).

The methodology for generating the literature review was to use Google Scholar and the AIS e-­library search engines to search the literature reviews, and conduct research. The purpose of the literature review was to look at the Internet and the AIS e-­library, respectively. Three search terms were used; articles prior to 1990 were discarded. Also, this chapter is focused on IS research discussions looking at literature reviews in other disciplines/­fields and differences between IS and other disciplines/­fields were not incorporated.

4. Not going to the source: These literature reviews are done by authors who may not know better or who do not have access to the source articles. This is rapidly becoming a major issue due to the open source movement and Internet postings. This is detected by reviewers who understand the seminal works W ell- D o ne Lit er at ure Re v ie w s 35 and key concepts. It is characterized by literature reviews that cite an article that cites an article. Instead of following up to the source document, the authors are content to cite the document they are reviewing as the source document.

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