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Author Johnson, Nicola F., 1976-

Title Publishing from your PhD : negotiating a crowded jungle / Nicola F. Johnson.

Published Farnham, U.K. : Ashgate, c2011.


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Physical description vi, 184 p. : ports. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. [175]-179) and index.
Contents Introduction: navigating a jungle: no worn paths -- 1. Supplies are needed, packing the backpack: what others have written -- 2. Hacking a path through unknown territory -- 3. Navigating new terrain: the demise of the book? -- 4. Flies, gnats and wasps: negotiating the gatekeepers -- 5. The night is black: no black or white in academia -- 6. Stamina is needed for survival: choosing the right journal -- 7. Fighting the heat, hunger and thirst: dealing with rejection -- 8. Thorny bushes and muddy swamps: things that slow you down -- 9. The final destination has moved, hack another path: the process of culling and prioritising -- Prologue: introducing the interviews with the academics: 10. Professor Jan Herrington -- 11. Professor Paul Chandler -- 12. Associate Professor Lori Lockyer -- 13. Professor Jan Wright -- 14. Associate Professor Wilma Vialle -- 15. Professor Sara Dolnicar -- Conclusion: negotiating the crowded jungle: acknowledge successful navigation.
Summary There is consistent pressure on early career academics to publish, publish, publish. But not unless they have been awarded their PhD - considered by most to be the starting step of an academic career. Author From Monash University.
Other author Johnson, Nicola F., 1976-
Subject Scholarly publishing.
Doctor of philosophy degree.
ISBN 9780566091629 (pbk.)