Posts Tagged: journal publishing

What’s the best guide to journal publishing?

In 1997 Cambridge University Press (CUP) published a revised edition of Journal Publishing, by Gillian Page, Robert Campbell, and Jack Meadows. I was an admirer of that book: it was broad in scope, rich in content, professional in treatment and

What’s the best guide to journal publishing?

In 1997 Cambridge University Press (CUP) published a revised edition of Journal Publishing, by Gillian Page, Robert Campbell, and Jack Meadows. I was an admirer of that book: it was broad in scope, rich in content, professional in treatment and

Deconstructing journals – and overcoming boredom

Journals have traditionally performed many functions. These include: registration: recording that a certain piece of work has been done by a certain author or team; quality control: discriminating between material on the basis of quality and publishing only the good

Deconstructing journals – and overcoming boredom

Journals have traditionally performed many functions. These include: registration: recording that a certain piece of work has been done by a certain author or team; quality control: discriminating between material on the basis of quality and publishing only the good