Editing the Refereed Scientific Journal: Practical, Political, and Ethical Issues
Based on the 1992 Conference of Editors at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, this extensive, and up-to -date reference tool brings together the practical, political, and ethical problems of editing refereed scientific journals for the first time. Editors of foremost scientific journals in the field assist authors in understanding the complexities of the three-way negotiations among editors, referees, and authors.
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Chapter One Customer Expectations
David J Cullen and Ann Macauley
John S Laughlin and Linda A Addonisio
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