Publishing for Tenure and Beyond

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999 - Education - 168 pages
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Silverman provides graduate students who intend to pursue a career in academia and tenure-track junior faculty with candid information about developing an adequate publication record. The book also provides graduate students, tenured faculty, and others with information they need to maximize the likelihood of having their articles accepted for publication by peer-reviewed professional, scientific, and scholarly journals. The focus throughout is on how editorial boards and tenure committees function rather than on how they are supposed to function. Anyone dealing with academic publishing will find this book an indispensable resource.
 

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Contents

The Publishing for Tenure Game An Overview
1
Fear of Writing for Publication
9
Selecting a Project
23
Publishing Options
31
Peer Review
49
Creating an Article Book or Other Material
63
Submission Strategies
89
Copyright and Fair Use
103
Preparing the Publication Section of a Promotion and Tenure Application
121
Funding Research and Publication
129
Publishing with a Collaborator
139
Publishing beyond Tenure
149
They Rejected It Now What?
155
References
159
Index
163
Copyright

Ethical Issues
113

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FRANKLIN H. SILVERMAN is Professor of Speech Pathology at Marquette University and Clinical Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He has written more than a dozen text or professional books including Authoring Books and Materials for Students, Academics, and Professionals (Praeger, 1998) and more than 125 articles in professional journals. He is a past president of the Text and Academic Authors Association and has served as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Speech and Hearing Research.

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