Publishing in the Organizational Sciences / Edition 1

Publishing in the Organizational Sciences / Edition 1

by L . L. Cummings, Peter J. Frost
     
 

This comprehensive overview of all aspects of the publishing process has been written especially for prospective authors who want to learn more about the field to advance their careers and publishing success. More than just a 'how to' book, this volume explains the entire context of scholarly publishing and how it should, ideally, work toward advancing knowledge

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This comprehensive overview of all aspects of the publishing process has been written especially for prospective authors who want to learn more about the field to advance their careers and publishing success. More than just a 'how to' book, this volume explains the entire context of scholarly publishing and how it should, ideally, work toward advancing knowledge and successful management practice.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780803971455
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
02/10/1995
Series:
Foundations for Organizational Science Series, #1
Edition description:
Second Edition
Pages:
348
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.78(d)

Table of Contents

Preface to the 2nd Edition
Preface to the 1st Edition
1Partisan Perspective: A Multiple-Level Interpretation of the Manuscript Review Process in Social Science Journals13
2The Social Production of Knowledge and the Commercial Artifact44
3Looking at Ourselves as We Look at Others: An Exploration of the Publication System for Organization Research64
4Repairs on the Road to Relevance and Rigor: Some Unexplored Issues in Publishing Organizational Research85
5A Customer's View of Organizational Literature98
6A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Publication: Newcomers' Perspectives on Publishing in the Organizational Sciences113
7Publishing in the Organizational Sciences: The Dilemma of Values132
8Publishing From a Reviewer's Perspective151
9Why I Recommended That Your Manuscript Be Rejected and What You Can Do About It164
10The Reviewer as Defense Attorney183
11Becoming a Reviewer: Lessons Somewhat Painfully Learned195
12Journaling Careers203
13Some Propositions About Getting Research Published216
14The Grand Scrivener: Text and Commentary227
15On Being Published: A Contemporary Preoccupation237
16The Thrill of Victory and the Agony of Defeat: Reflections of a Psychiatrist246
17Balls, Strikes, and Collisions on the Base Path: Ruminations of a Veteran Reviewer257
18Editorial: Some Remarks From the Outgoing Editor269
19Editing Innovation Into Administrative Science Quarterly284
20Breaking Frames: The Creation of JMI297
Epilogue310
Index315
About the Contributors324

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